ADD Successful Goal Setting

/ January 1, 2020/ ADHD Information, Coaching, Miscellaneous, Strategies

As the new year starts, many people make promises to themselves regarding better physical or financial health, learning a new skill, or how they conduct themselves in the world. Although these goals are heart-felt, unfortunately most research shows that New Year’s Resolutions are often abandoned by the end of January whether or not ADD/ADHD

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Parenting by the Seat of Our Pants

/ September 21, 2019/ Coaching, Parenting, Strategies, Students

Parenting is simultaneously the most rewarding, and the hardest, job we can have. Just when we think we have everything under control, our kids’ needs change – or our circumstances change – and we are back to “What in the heck do I do now?!?” When you parent a child who has ADHD or

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Researching ADHD Can Be Like Drinking From A Fire Hose

/ September 7, 2019/ Miscellaneous

October is ADHD Awareness Month, a wonderful opportunity to get – and share – reliable information about ADHD for yourself, your child or someone else you care about. The problem is that if you do an internet search for “ADHD”, you get a whole host of websites to visit, options to try, research to

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Reflections on the Film, “NORMAL ISN’T REAL”

/ May 5, 2019/ ADHD Awareness, Coaching, Miscellaneous, Positivity and Well-being, Presentations

I was honored to be part of a panel with neurodiversity advocates Jonathan Mooney and Jodie Knowles as we discussed Kris Kornmeier’s brilliant film, “NORMAL ISN’T REAL: Succeeding with LD/ADHD” at the 2019 BOOST Conference in Palm Springs this week. The film’s title says it all – what we consider to be “normal” is

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