Personal Essays

Personal Essays on Living with Adult ADHD -- in oneself or a loved one

This category features a wide range of first-person stories about living with Adult ADHD—in oneself or a loved one.

Myth-Busting

Knowing ADHD Facts Makes You Gaslight-Proof

Is there a connection between ADHD and this phenomenon called  gaslighting? Potentially. But, as with most ADHD-related topics, it’s complicated. In this post, I examine the topic from a few angles. I’m seeing more talk

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ADHD Relationship Support

You, Me & ADHD: ADHD Relationship Support

Much is being written online about ADHD relationships but few offer in-depth support and knowledge. That’s where this blog-post series is different. Welcome to the first post in the You, Me, and ADHD relationship discussion group.

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Personal Essays

ADHD-Fueled Fear of Change

ADHD and fear of change. What’s behind it? That’s the topic of this post, a guest essay from a wise friend. First, let’s just acknowledge that change can be stressful when you have ADHD. Even

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Understanding Girls with ADHD Nadeau Quinn Littman book
ADHD News & Research

A Must-Read About Girls With ADHD

Do I recommend the new revision of Understanding Girls with ADHD: How They Feel and Why They Do What They Do?  Consider the opening  lines of my review on Amazon.com. After, you’ll find a personal

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Jaclyn Paul Order from Chaos post at ADHD Roller Coaster
Personal Essays

Creating Order from ADHD Chaos

A universal challenge for people with ADHD is disorganization — of things, priorities, and time —so how do you transform chaos to order? In my experience, the first step comes with recognizing the pain that

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