How Can ADHD Coaching Help You?

Coaching is still a relatively new profession and many people are confused about how it works and what to expect. ADHD Coaching – at least the way I coach – is different from say, life coaching. A life coach might give you thought provokiing questions, journaling to do, and exercises to help increase your self […]

You Are Good Enough

Note: this post may make a few twists and turns along the way, but hopefully in the end it will make sense. Hey, you’ve got ADD – you’ll figure it out. Yesterday was one of those days. You know the kind – it was too long, and too stressful, and there was too much to […]

Hunters, Farmers, and Med Free with ADD

The following is an excerpt from my Med Free with ADD program. Thom Hartmann is the author of several books about ADHD, notably “ADD: A Different Perception”. He first became interested in the subject when his son was diagnosed. He disliked telling his son that he had a “deficit” and a “disorder” because he knew […]


As I mentioned earlier today, there are some changes going on at ADD Moms and ADD Student. I plan to take things in a slightly different direction in the future, and for that reason (and others) I am clearing out many of the products I currently have to offer. For a limited time, you can […]


Did you know that we ADDers are perfectionists? Yes, it’s true. Now if you’re sitting in a room anything like the one I’m sitting in at the moment, you might doubt that statement. But still it’s true. See, being a perfectionist is not about being perfect. It’s about trying to be perfect. And for us, […]

Are You An ADDiva?

Linda Roggli, an ADD Coach and ADD Diva #1, has a site called ADDiva – that’s ADD Diva. It’s dedicated to “ADDish women”, especially those over 40. Linda says that often women are diagnosed with ADHD later in life, especially when menopause joins the party. Linda has a wonderful view on ADHD, never taking anything […]