is it you me or adult a.d.d.?

Personal Essays

A Swell Review

You know that marvelous feeling you get, when you stop hitting yourself in the head with a mallet? That’s how I felt in late September. Then I received a lovely surprise. First:  The Mallet First:

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You, Me, ADHD Online Book Club
ADHD Relationship Support

Introducing: The You Me & ADHD Discussion Group

Are you struggling in a relationship where one or both of you have ADHD, including late-diagnosis ADHD?  Join the discussion inspired by my first book. No fees. No registration. Always open. Always current. The discussion

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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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Genetic-Testing To Guide Medication

But Who is Dr. Goat, Gina? Our Story

In case you missed it, my husband has ADHD. Diagnosed in 1999. He is also a molecular biologist with an emphasis in genetics. His former girlfriend is a neurosurgeon. But who connected his lifelong “issues”

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ADHD Relationship Support

How Can Medication Help ADHD Relationships?

How can medication help ADHD relationships? Simply put, it can help reduce all the ADHD symptoms that challenge every aspect of life, including domestic life and relationships. Most people fail to realize how much ADHD

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Adult ADHD Basics

Find Adult ADHD Books and Courses by Gina Pera

Looking for solid, respected, and timeless guidance—including books and courses—on Adult ADHD, including in relationships?  Here’s a quick over of my work and where to find it. First, A Few “Firsts” Over 22 years of

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ADHD Relationship Support

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 Relationship Support

Psychological Denial of ADHD, or The FEAR Factor

  By Taylor J. Chapter 13 is the first chapter under the #2 Success Strategy: Dealing with Denial. As such, it covers the common psychological reasons behind denial of ADHD– that is, for either partner denying

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