Tag Archives: stress management

How Good of a “Relaxer” are You?

Ok, I’ll admit it…I don’t relax very well. In fact the thought of not “doing” something is a bit terrifying to me.  If I had to use a metaphor to describe myself, I would say I am like that big pink Energizer Bunny. It is the perfect example of how I go through life and a … read more »

Adult ADHD: Getting a Handle on the Holiday Havoc

ADHD Strategies    December 1, 2015

I can’t help looking at my calendar during December and notice that familiar pressure as the holidays approach. A lot of the holidays are not very ADD-friendly. It seems there are more deadlines to be met, expectations to reach, and a lot more chaos to filter out. Even still, there are many things I truly enjoy about … read more »

Inside a Tipping Point

ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    December 28, 2012

A few months ago, I wrote about “tipping points:” ..a time in people’s lives when the strategies they have been using to compensate for their ADHD challenges no longer seem to be working.  This “tipping point” is often experienced along with feelings of overwhelm and chaos.  Up until a “tipping point,” people have been able to … read more »

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