Friday, April 20, 2018

Is This Common Condition Making Your ADHD Challenges More Difficult?

December 9, 2009 by  
Filed under Coping, Ourselves

You have been diagnosed with ADHD. You have been taking meds and working with a therapist in an attempt to reduce the impact of your distracted thoughts and impulsive actions. After several months or even years, you start to question why things still don’t seem right. It’s possible that you are fighting more than one […]


Coexisting Conditions of ADHD

April 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Ourselves

Often, an individual who is negotiating with ADHD in their life will also experience other coexisting conditions, or comorbidity. The rate of occurence for various other conditions can be surprisingly high and can make diagnosis and treatment more difficult. It is believed that as many as two thirds of children with ADHD have at least […]


"Bloopy" Feelings

March 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Our Kids

My daughter, Kim (9), is generally loving, happy, social and very active. As described in earlier posts, her ADHD presents itself in her talkativeness and her inability to stand still. She has been taking medication for her ADHD for a couple of years now. Very often, especially in the evenings, she can break down into […]

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