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Understanding Hyperfocus and How to Make It Work For You

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch Whenever I do online research, whether it’s for personal or work purposes, I lose track of …

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Time Blindness and ADHD

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch About two years ago, I essentially banned myself from Facebook because I totally lose track of …

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He Said, She Said: How ADHD Impacts My Marriage

When you have ADHD, you know how crazy-making it is sometimes not being able to get away from yourself? Between …

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Why ADHD Diagnosis in Women Is Still a Challenge

Research has found that the prevalence of ADHD is two to nine times higher in boys than girls. By adulthood, …

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So That’s Why I Found My Phone in the Fridge Again!

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch Pretty much everyone has heard of ADD, or as we now call it, ADHD. (That stands …

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What do you want to know about ADHD​

Dr. Randall Duthler will answer your adult and pediatric ADHD questions on Tuesday, January 4th from 7 to 8 pm …

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Discovering Your ADHD Superpowers

Last week, we asked ADHD Online staff to describe their experience with ADHD in 140 characters or less. Many of …

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ADHD in 140 Characters or Less

ADHD impacts everyone in different ways. Sometimes it can be difficult to describe how your life is affected. As part …

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Back to School – Signs of ADHD in Kids

As Kids Head Back to School, Pay Attention to Signs of ADHD in Your Child As you soak up the …

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