I've been doing a lot of introspection lately; reading a lot of self help books. It's not about my ADHD, but trying to find my life again. One of the books that I've been reading is "The Artist's Way, A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity" by Julia Cameron. I honestly don't know why I am . . .
My daughter Sarah and I were at the store the other day and I happened to be looking at the magazines. There were two I was interested in - both had the topic of mindfulness on the cover. And then Sarah said, "Mindfulness. I am so sick of hearing about that." I get it. Sarah has a full time . . .
One of the biggest things that those of us with ADHD struggle with is maintaining order. We lose things, we forget things, our spaces are a mess. Oftentimes, when we try to clean our house - or any space, really - we end up organizing our clutter. We haven't so much cleaned as created neat . . .
Did you know that you have a secret ADHD super power? And if so, do you know how to use it? There are Two Sides to ADHD When we have ADHD, we're always thinking of the negative side of things: We can't pay attention. We are forgetful. We can't sit still. We can be hyper. Our minds . . .
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 . . .