Alternatives to Medication for ADHD

This afternoon on Twitter, I asked my followers what I should write about. I was delighted with the responses I got, so if you were one of them, thank you! If you weren’t on Twitter, but have some ideas, feel free to comment. I’m going to try and get to all of the subjects mentioned […]

Who Are You?

Who are you? And what do you base your perceptions on? Sure, you might be a wife or girlfriend, a mom (or an ADD Mom), a daughter, a sister…the list could go on and on. (Feel free to substitute male terms if it applies). But those things are mostly facts. Who are you, really, deep […]


The other day while twittering, I met someone new. His name is Chris and he writes a blog about ADHD called Hunter in a Farmer’s World. He’s sort of an ADD Dad, and you should check him out. He has a great style of writing. The other day while chatting, I mentioned to Chris that […]

5 Time Management Tips

I once showed up at the hair salon on the right day (Wednesday) and at the right time (2:00 pm) but in the wrong week. I was exactly a week early for my appointment! Embarrassing, inefficient – yeah. After that day, I decided I had to really find a system to manage my time that […]

Divorce and ADHD

There was an excellent article today in the Monterey County Herald about divorce rates among parents of children who have ADHD. A recent study done by Brian Wymbs and William Pelham and published in The Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology found that the divorce rate of parents with an ADHD child was 22.7% versus […]

ADHD: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

The other day, I was on Twitter when a friend sent me a message: she said someone had asked her about the symptoms of ADHD, and she said that ADHD was different for everyone. There is no one size fits all when it comes to Attention Deficit Disorder. While my friend was right – we […]