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The ADHD Diet

There is a lot of information out there about what to eat (and not to eat) when it comes to ADHD. Here are a few of tips I have gathered. Protein The brain makes a variety of chemical Messengers or neurotransmitters to regulate wakefulness and sleep. Studies have shown that...

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All About The Pause

One of the most helpful and effective coping skills I’ve learned so far in regard to my ADHD is called The Pause. It’s exactly what you think it is and it is applicable to so many situations we face each day. It is all about intention rather than impulse, wisdom...

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ADHD and Time Management

(OR THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING A PERSONAL PLANNER!) At the last meeting, we discussed the very important (and scary) subject of Time Management. This is an area that ADDers often need help with because, as an executive skill, we don’t always have the oomph behind us to allow us to thrive...

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Succeed With ADHD TeleSummit

This year’s TeleSummit, hosted by ADHD Coach Laurie Dupar, features over 20 speakers who will share their knowledge and experiences on many different subjects. The telesummit is FREE to register for and covers 5 days. You can listen to the calls live on the phone or over the web. If...

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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for ADHD

Last meeting, we talked about DBT as a burgeoning therapy for treating ADHD in both children and adults. DBT stands for Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and was devised by Marsha Lenehan as a therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder. But its its concepts and skillsets are so useful and applicable to anyone...

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Money

The subject of money is an important one for ADDers. Many ADDers find themselves at odds with money and in any number of situations because of their management of it and their attitude toward it. People with ADHD have a greater amount of debt, more difficulty paying their bills, and...

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ADHD and Relationships

Recap of Meeting 310 There was a lot of ground to cover when it comes to the topic of relationships and ADHD. Most of us have experienced this at some point or another. Whether it be a romantic or family relationship with a non-ADHD person, there can often be a...

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People Pleasing

Recap of Meeting 309 Last meeting we discussed the ADHD phenomenon of people pleasing — the idea that we agree to do things when perhaps it would have been better to have declined. Saying yes rather than no to a request  — or even offering to take on something that...

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