The Natural ADHD Diet

For years, I’ve had parents ask me about treating the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder without prescription medications. I’ve always told them that a combination of prescription medication and coaching is considered the best method of treating ADD . Still, I know that some parents or people with AD/HD don’t want to use prescription drugs […]

AD/HD: A Few Things

Last time I promised you more tips about getting back our “disappearing days”. I wrote that post tonight, but it ended up being not so much a post as a project, so I’m putting it off for a day or two. I promise it will be worth the wait. In the meantime, there are a […]

ADHD Planning System

I got the basis of this system from a friend. It’s based on David Allen’s “Getting Things Done”. I have used a similar system in the past, outlined in the book “Sidetracked Home Executives” by Pam Young and Peggy Jones that worked very well for me. This system will take some time to set up […]

AD/HD and Disappearing Days

Last night I was out with some friends and we started talking about Attention Deficit Disorder. I don’t remember why, but I ended up sharing the story of telling my mom about my son’s ADD. I was trying to find a way for her to understand ADD, and I thought of something that happened to […]

AD/HD: Dealing with the Mess

One of the problems with Attention Deficit Disorder is our tendency to be overwhelmed. Given too many choices, too much unstructured time, or too much information, we freeze, unable to move or make a decision. As I write this, I am sitting in my living room, which is an absolute mess. The tree is still […]