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You Can’t Shame Yourself
into Change

By Brandy Butler, LVN/LPN, NBC-HWC, Mental Wellness Coach  When was the last time you criticized yourself, hoping it would lead …

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Navigating Love and ADHD: Strategies for a Stronger Bond

Building strong relationships can be challenging, especially when ADHD is in the mix. Melissa Orlov, a renowned marriage consultant and …

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New Beginnings: Harnessing Your ADHD Strengths in the New Year

As the fireworks signal the start of a new year, you might find yourself reflecting on the familiar whirlwind of …

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5 Ways to Help Your Child with ADHD Thrive During the Holidays

By Lindsay Guentzel The holiday season brings joy and celebration, but for a child with ADHD, the change in routine …

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Beat the Holiday Blues: Essential Tips for Adults with ADHD

The holidays aren’t just about candy canes and cheer, particularly for adults with ADHD. This time, often associated with the …

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Is Your Reaction to Caffeine a Sign You Have ADHD?

By Elizabeth Weiss Your daily cup (or cups) of coffee might feel like the fuel that gets you through the …

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5 Reasons to Be Thankful for ADHD

By Elizabeth Weiss Everyone is given the opportunity to stop and consider what they’re thankful for at Thanksgiving. We all …

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ADHD and Driving: What Older Adults Need to Know

By Beth Levine There is a lot of concern about teen drivers with ADHD getting behind the wheel. And, while …

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Moving the ADHD Way: A Guide

By Maria Romaszkan Moving to another home, city or country can be exciting. The more practical side of it — …

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