Some very ADHD-like advice in this awesome short book Mark Forster offers advice on time management that is amazingly tuned to the traits of ADHD. It seems that Forster does not realise that many of the people with the disorganised issues he mentions are most likely ADHD – struggling with weak executive functions of poor motivation, […]
A classic, a profound and helpful life guide. The New Psychology of love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth”., by M. Scott Peck, a former clinical psychiatrist who shares his insightful client experiences.
What comes easily to you? Interview with David Giwerc, President ADD Coaching Academy Andrew: I think that it’s not easy for those of us with ADHD people to work out our strengths and talents. They may be buried under years of problems and battered self-esteem. If you ask somebody with ADHD, “what do you do well?” – the response […]
Focusing on the negative Interview with David Giwerc, President ADD Coaching Academy Andrew: Do we pay attention to the wrong things? As ADHD adults we seem better at paying attention to our problems, our issues and we take for granted the positives. We skip straight past successes and focus on the smallest issues. If we have a perfect […]
Disgraceful lack of support In much of the World, the current state of recognition, support and help for ADHD is a disgrace. In many regions there has been an unwillingness, a dragging of the feet to accept ADHD as a problem. We might disagree about the treatments but there is no scientific doubt a large genetically determined group […]