I just read an article in ADDitude Magazine titled, ADHD Awareness Month: 31 Myths in 31 Days—Debunked! They busted a myth each day in October and did a great job of it. Some of my favorites are: 1. “No one had ADHD when I was growing up.” I wish I could count the number of
I visited Psych Central and read a blog post about Zoë Kessler, a journalist and popular blogger with ADHD going on a media tour. She once thought that having an acting career would be great for someone with ADHD. I’m not so sure I could ever survive. Never mind that I’ve never had training or experience.
Not long ago, I was planning to scratch number 5 off of my ADHD bucket list and it didn’t quite work out so well. I was all ready to take a picture of the most beautiful sunset and all of sudden I felt an intense burning sensation on my foot. I looked down and then
Well folks, it has been a crazy week it here in beautiful Florida. I was driving a golf cart and made a stop. I went to back out of a parking space and wasn’t going anywhere no matter how hard I pushed on the gas pedal. Hmmm….we have problem. Then the lady with me came
This study may poke holes in the theory that ADHD is made up by the drug industry. Even though more kids are being diagnosed with ADHD, these findings show that the increase has not been accompanied by an upward trend in psychotropic prescriptions. Click here to read more.
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