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All In The ADHD Family

A diagnosis of ADHD in their own kids can spotlight parents’ own condition.

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A Memorable Childhood

Several months ago I received the following email: I have no or little memory of my childhood. Seems I only [...]

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The Kids Are Alright

Do ADHD medications turn children into zombies? Does it make them a different person? Does it help them in school? [...]

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To Medicate Or Not To Medicate, That Is The Question

Perhaps the most difficult question a parent of an ADHDer can face is, do I or do I not medicate [...]

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The New Female ADHD Role Model: The Alcoholic, Drug-Abusing Slut

Anaïs Nin was quoted as saying that “the role of a writer is not to say what we can all [...]

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A Young Boy’s Description of ADHD

A young boy describes life as an ADHDer. I recommend watching this in full screen so that you can easily [...]

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Might Boarding School Be A Solution For Some ADHD Children?

Parents looking for a way to help their child cope with ADHD often face a difficult challenge.  Families even turn [...]

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Camp Runamuck: A Summer Camp for ADHDers

Welcome to Camp Runamuck! Camp Runamuck, established in 1994, is located in Chester County Pennsylvania, 2 hours northwest of New [...]

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The Total Transformation Program® – Does It Work?

[The impetus for this post was a recent comment on this blog] Total Transformation Infomercial What is the Total Transformation [...]

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Helping ADHD Children Master Time

“Children with attention deficit disorder often struggle to understand sequence, tell time, and prioritize — with their education paying the [...]

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The A.D.D.ers Dream Classroom

A classroom filled with adjustable-height desks. They allow students to stand and fidget at their desks and still get their [...]

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A.D.H.D. From A Child’s Viewpoint

Abstract below is from  “I Have Always Felt Different”: The Experience of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Childhood Please note that this [...]

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Rolling into Reading

"The Rolling into Reading program combines gymnastics with sensory processing skills which is proven to help with ADHD, dyslexia, sensory [...]

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Negative Impact of Drugs on Children with ADHD

[A]fter longer-term analysis, the report's co-author, Professor William Pelham of the University of Buffalo, said: "I think that we exaggerated [...]

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In the A.D.D. Blogosphere

This posting focuses on one particular website – Your ADD / ADHD News – and, most specifically, those postings that [...]

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ADHD: Awesome and Deadly

An email from an ADHDer. Subject: Open this email I have ADD and I want to share! Message: Hi Jeff, [...]

What It Feels Like To Have ADHD

ADHD – A Love Story (Part 6)

The Trap is Set

The Wanderer

The Child Within The Man

ADHD – A Love Story (Part 5)

The System Is Blinking Red

ADHD – A Love Story (Part 4)

A Quick Bite

ADHD – A Love Story (Part 3)

Thick As A Brick

How Do You Know If You Have ADHD?

The Warning Signs of ADHD

ADHD – A Love Story (Part 2)

Warning Signs

ADHD – A Love Story (Part 1)

The Ground Shakes

A Cure for ADHD

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The Perfect Month

What A Great Time Of Year

That’s What I Call ADHD-Friendly Software

A recent ADHD newsletter noted that The Brain — a mind mapping software — might be a useful tool for [...]

Life in the Modern Age

Sixteen months ago I moved from the world of entrepreneurship — a portmanteau comprised of the French word entrepreneur, which [...]

E-Card Fun

Some more e-card humor: Expressing Your ADHD Self…Digitally A Few Laughs, Giggles & Groans

While Rome Burns

I’ve started collecting screenshots of online advertising. I’m trying to understand the message. The ad below says that if I’m [...]

Kiss Your Distractions Goodbye

Do one thing at a time

ADHD Does Not Exist

I can’t tell what is more disturbing. A book titled “ADHD Does Not Exist: The Truth About Attention Deficit and [...]