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Did you miss the ADHD Women’s Palooza? Get the Post-Palooza package- the Palooza Encore- and own the entire set of sessions, led by the top ADHD experts: Sari Solden, Dr. Ned Hallowell, Dr. Thomas E. Brown, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis, and many more…including me! I presented on “Why Is My ADHD Getting Worse With Age?”. […]
Yep, that’s me. Here. In Florida on vacation with my family. I’ll bet you didn’t know that I love to fish. I’ll bet you can guess that I can’t sit around in the sun doing nothing but catching rays. Instead, I…… CAUGHT THIS SHARK. I’ve noticed how rare it is to see women fishing. […]
The ADHD Women’s Palooza is baaaaack and it’s starting this Monday, Feb. 25 and running the entire week.Stop right now and sign up HERE! My colleague and co-founder of the Palooza, Linda Roggli, is taking on the Palooza solo this year with this ground-breaking online event, and you are invited! The top ADHD Experts […]
Years ago when I was first learning about ADHD, I was struck by something Dr. Ned Hallowell said at one of the first ADHD conferences I ever attended (ADDA: www.ADD.org). He said: Creativity is Impulsivity Gone Right. Isn’t that a great re-frame for those of us side-swiped by impulsivity? And what about distractibility? Couldn’t […]
Today I …tried a Chick-fil-A sandwich for the first time. This is about the extent of how I live dangerously. I’ve been extremely curious about the long slow lines of people waiting three- deep in the food court of my local mall ever since they opened this place over a year ago. Normally I […]
I promised that this post would be different from my previous ones- that it would be an opportunity for you, my readers, to submit your ADHD related questions to me and I would answer them. So let’s get this thing started now! And if you find it helpful, we’ll do it again next time! […]
Welcome to 2019! I hope you all got through the holidays with more joy than pain. In my last newsletter/blog post, I talked about my own Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions and I’d love to hear what your thoughts are about resolutions and how ADHD fits- or doesn’t fit- into all of this. After […]