Clinical Trials for ADHD

Have you heard about clinical trials? A clinical trial is used to test a new drug, medical product or procedure, or simply a change in patient care in order to see if it is effective. Clinical trials may be conducted by research scientists, doctors, nurses, social workers, dietitians, and … [Read more...]

All I Wanted was a Recipe

Have you ever started to do something simple, something that should only take a minute or so, only to have it consume hours of your time? Oh, and while it's consuming your time, it's also testing your threshold for frustration? I bet you can relate. All I wanted was a recipe. That's … [Read more...]

Do You Have a Voice?

Note: this is not a political post. I try to respect everyone's opinion. I am only using this because I feel it is a powerful example of finding your voice. On January 21, 2017, women and their supporters gathered to march for women's rights here in the United States. They were joined by others … [Read more...]

How to Supplement Your Treatment for Depression

A funny thing relating to my depression just happened about an hour ago. Even though it was Sunday and I had slept in, and the weather was sunny and beautiful, and it was only 1:30, I decided to take a nap, which was pretty convenient, since I still had my pajamas on. But the minute I crawled … [Read more...]

Are Women with ADHD Confident?

What does it mean to be confident? Confidence comes from feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem), and belief in your own ability, skills and experience. Those of us with ADHD are often lacking in confidence, for a number of reasons. People who are confident … [Read more...]