Newsletter Archive – June 29, 2010

T his newsletter contains some extraordinarily exciting news.
I am co-authoring with Zoë Kessler – a Canadian author, blogger
and comedienne – a new blog series called
“He Said/She Said: Examining the ADHD Life.” How is this working
out? The response, even at this early stage, has been
phenomenal. The series is being highlighted on the home page
of Psychcentral ( and one reader
wrote, “It’s great to see two beams of light working together
and shinning on wonderful people to help them.” And that, after
all, is the real goal, namely, that our collaboration can help
people to understand the ADHD life.

- Jeff


=> From The Archives: COOKING
=> From The Archives: ADULT ADHD
=> From The Archives: CHILDREN



“Gardening, Time & Memory”
A post that began with a look at the current state of my
vegetable garden became a meditation on the concept of
time and memory for an ADHDer.

“Flooded With Thoughts”
An attempt to capture the stream of thoughts as they rush
through the ADHD mind.

“Part Seven: Inside the Mind of JeffsADDMind – A Conversation”
The next installment of Jeff’s interview by Peter DeLaVerita.
He discusses his theory of the fractal nature of social structure.

“OMG! I Love Her Blog!!”
Read this and you’ll understand why co-authoring a column with Zoë
became the next obvious step.

“He Said / She Said: Examining the ADHD Life”
Introducing the “He Said / She Said” Series of blog posts.

“Change Your Brain, Change Your Wife!”
If reality is all in your head then you
can change anything, no?

“ADHD-Related Magazines”
What if some popular magazines were aimed for a strictly
ADHD audience? Would we learn the truth about Roger Rabbitt?

“Intelligent Design: The Magazine for Creationists & Anti-Darwinists”
The title says it all.

“What Is The Physiological Basis Of Consciousness?”
This is part of a longer series of posts that examines
the question of consciousness.

You can read all of the relevant posts on consciousness here:

Lemon Risotto With Brussels Sprouts

Making Chicken Rolls

Glazed Ham


“Shrimp Ceviche”
Shrimp cooked by vinegar, lemon juice and a few other
ingredients. Be sure to have this with a cold Corona.

“Banana Chocolate Turnover”
Can there be any better combination of foods than bananas,
chocolate, sugar and cinammon?

Contact me at if you have any recipes
you would like to share.


“What is “normal” for an”

“Scrambled Eggs…for Brains”

“O.C.D.A.D.D. or A.D.D.O.C.D.?”

“The Total Transformation Program”
Can this amazing program really transform a child’s behavior?

“Your Baby is Illiterate”
If you thought the Baby Einstein program was a flop, well,
learn about its latest incarnation.

What the critics are saying about JeffsADDMind:
“an outrageously popular blog” – Peter DeLaVerita
“sets new standards for intellectual depth” – Joseph Nemo
“a welcome antidote for the nonsense that passes as discourse
in America” – Sir Gaius Baltar
“an incredibly sexy, funny and smart man” – Kara Thrace

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