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Why “HOW” is Not Enough for People with ADHD

ADHD Awareness    November 30, 2018

Starting out over 35 years ago as a fledging nurse I spent a great deal of time learning “how” to do things. HOW to give an injection so it never hurt. HOW to identify life-threatening heart rhythms and perform defibrillation. And most impressive, HOW to completely change a person into a clean hospital gown and fresh … read more »

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ADHD Tricks and Halloween Treats

ADHD in Children, ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    October 31, 2018

It’s October 31st so of course I have Halloween on my mind – scary ghosts, wicked vampires and long-legged creepy spiders! And…I will admit that my bowl of treats (my favorites are Reese Peanut Butter Cups) is sitting by the door waiting for my neighborhood to knock with a few pieces missing. This is the time … read more »

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How to Survive Small Talk with ADHD

ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    October 1, 2018

Hate small talk? Does the thought of making small talk fill you with dread? You’re not alone. Most people dislike idle chitchat because it feels fake and like a waste of time. If you have ADHD it is likely that making small talk is one of your top least favorite things to do. Over the years … read more »