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"We were born this way, not chipped away from some other, more complete human." You can say that again! How one reader picks herself up, even when the world makes her feel inferior <3

"We were born this way, not chipped away from some other, more complete human." You can say that again! How one reader picks herself up, even when the world makes her feel inferior

When her messy home had her on the ropes, this ADHD boxer fought back — thanks to a coach who helped her put clutter down for the count.

How I Fought Back Against Clutter

“After losing my keys, mismatching my socks, and forgetting to add baking soda to the cake batter countless times, I didn’t want to try — and fail — again.” How one woman finally found the right approach to managing her clutter.

#ADHD People | The Tom Nardone Show thetomnardoneshow.com

#ADHD People | The Tom Nardone Show thetomnardoneshow.com

When tasks pile up, dont psych yourself out. Use these steps to put to-do lists in their place — and put blame behind you, where it belongs.

How I Stopped My Brain from Bullying Me

"In that funky space, my to-do items are no longer floating in and out of my mind as little pieces. They change direction and come together into one big ball of muck that hangs out in my brain and calls me a loser for not having my crap together.

The resolution was to talk less and do more. I’ve been talking a lot about “shoulds” and “coulds” (I should write a book, I should find a new hobby), and not actually executing or “closing the loop.”

My Birthday Wish

The resolution was to talk less and do more. I’ve been talking a lot about “shoulds” and “coulds” (I should write a book, I should find a new hobby), and not actually executing or “closing the loop.

"We learned about proprioceptive input from my son's occupational therapist soon after his ADHD diagnosis, and quickly recognized that much of what is called hyperactivity was due to this sensory needs."

The World Doesn’t Get My Son’s Sensory Issues—But His Momma Does

"We learned about proprioceptive input from my son's occupational therapist soon after his ADHD diagnosis, and quickly recognized that much of what is called hyperactivity was due to this sensory needs.

Many parents with ADHD wear their intensity on their sleeve. Here’s how to lighten up to let the good times roll.

Many parents with ADHD wear their intensity on their sleeve. - But, intensity is destructive when coupled with anger or any form of criticism. Make the effort to change. Here’s how to lighten up to let the good times roll.

"I used to try to end the extreme outbursts by talking, arguing, and even screaming through them. Of course, that only prolonged the emotional flood."  How one mom is learning to defuse her daughter's emotional explosions.

My Daughter’s Emotional Floods — and the Unseen Damage Left Behind

"I used to try to end the extreme outbursts by talking, arguing, and even screaming through them. Of course, that only prolonged the emotional flood." How one mom is learning to defuse her daughter's emotional explosions.

"I don’t want to make others comfortable in my world, I don’t want to have to go to the trouble to deal with the reality of who I really am, so that I can see and feel the reality of a world without me at its center."  Don't skip this one.

“Look, Everyone! I’m Over My Depression! Not!”

I gave up my depression pills, until I caught myself slipping into old habits.

What a Quick Shopping Trip Becomes with Adult ADHD - "Forget Meds! Shopping at Target Is the Best Therapy for ADHD Moms - I came in for toilet paper and a few other items and left with a tab of $243.80. I had the time of my life."

"You have accepted yourself as a person with ADHD who will battle your symptoms for the rest of your life. Other times you will go to Target.

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