OMG! A Must Read!

August 23, 2012

I’ve never written a post title like that before. It’s just not me. But on the other hand, it’s been a long time since I’ve read a book that touched me as much as “Easy to Love but Hard to Raise” edited by Kay Marner and Adrienne Ehlert Bashista. The rest of the title tells [...]

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Diet Plans for Kids with ADHD

August 9, 2012

Today’s post is a guest post from JoEllen Krauss, and while it’s called a diet plan for kids, adults can also benefit. BIO: JoEllen Krauss writes freelance for Providian Medical who specializes in OB/GYN ultrasounds. During her spare time she likes spending quality time with her kids, baking and volunteering in her local community center. [...]

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The Self Care Checklist - How Do You Rate?

July 29, 2012

Part of taking care of and managing your ADHD is to take good care of yourself. You can’t possibly expect to manage your symptoms and function in life if you’re sleep deprived and living on junk food. The University of Michigan has a checklist that I think covers the areas that we all should be [...]

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Tuna with Olives - An Easy Summertime Pantry Meal

July 22, 2012

Pantry meals can come in handy any time of the year, especially if you have ADHD. It’s a good idea to always have a pantry meal or two on hand for those days when you suddenly realize it’s dinner time and you have nothing to cook or for when you just don’t feel like it. [...]

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How’s Your Relationships?

July 11, 2012

Building and maintaining relationships can be difficult when you have ADHD. It’s hard for those who do not have Attention Deficit Disorder to understand why we behave the way we sometimes do. And while an ADD partner or friend might understand you better, sometimes the combination of both of your symptoms can make the relationship [...]

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