Adult ADHD Chore Sharing strategy couple

ADHD & Relationships: Play the Chore-Sharing Game

Chore-sharing often presents a major bone of contention in ADHD-challenged relationships. Arguing won’t help. Neither will nagging. And, good grief, stop “talking about it.”  Instead, pick up an ADHD-informed strategy.  A very simple one. In

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Bullying: How to Help Children with ADHD

Do anti-bullying programs truly work to protect children with ADHD, especially when they’re not at school? I’ve long had my doubts.  So, I did a little research. In the process, I discovered the rather contrarian

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ADHD Relationship Success: DIY Style

With some trepidation, Dr. Goat (my husband) and I jointly tackled a domestic task involving a sharp, whirring blade. Believe it or not: We succeeded—with all limbs and good humor intact! That’s what I call

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Does ADHD Create Vulnerability to High-Control Groups?

Are people with unrecognized ADHD potentially at higher risk for joining so-called “high-control” groups? This might include cults (including anti-psychiatry cults), extreme political movements, or even  certain types of fundamentalist religions or churches?  If so,

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man in suit with head in sand

ADHD Denial Can Be Brain-Based

  Denial  of Adult ADHD symptoms hurts everyone. But we compound our hurt when we wrongly attribute this denial in our  loved ones to stubbornness or willfulness.  Sometimes, that is the case. Many times, however, “ADHD

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ADHD sense of smell

Can ADHD Affect Your Sense of Smell?

Can ADHD affect sense of smell?  Maybe. But maybe not in the way that we might presume.  I first wondered about this observing the olfactory habits of my husband, aka “Dr. Goat.” One day, our

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