If you’re an adult with ADHD, then chances are that at some point in your life, you’ve felt that you’re not “living up to your potential.” What a lousy way to feel about yourself! This judgment often manifests itself when you take stock of all the great ideas you’ve had that have never gone anywhere, […]

The ADHDmanagement.com Podcast Series is back! As an adult with ADHD, you know how important it is to create an environment that works with your ADHD. We’re always striving to find the best ways to improve focus, organization, and productivity. But what about at work, where you can’t necessarily control your environment? In this podcast, […]

I recently joined Tara McGillicuddy on ADHD Support Talk Radio for a discussion on Attitude, Mindset, and Adult ADHD. It’s always fun to talk with my old friend Tara and discuss the topics that we, as veteran ADHD coaches, think are most important for adults who are managing ADHD. In this show, Tara and I […]

In case you missed it, Rock Center with Brian Williams did a fantastic story on Adult ADHD this past Friday. The piece focused on what it’s like for an adult with undiagnosed ADHD, and also touched on how things can change for the better with treatment. It’s rare to see a story in the media […]

Hmm… this comes from www.EverydayPeopleCartoons.com, but the only people I saw passing it around on Facebook were my ADHD friends! Sound familiar?  

So is this the epitome of the ADHD brain, or what?     This image is just one in the If my brain was an imaginary friend series at The Oatmeal. Definitely check it out for some more laughs!  

When I posed a question recently about where in life a negative mindset challenges you most, I got some similar answers. Eileen said: A negative mindset challenges my ability to think I am capable. And Shawn added: I am generally a very positive person, at least on the outside. Inside I have spent years aware […]

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about mindset, and how it affects our ability to manage not just our ADHD, but our lives in general. Think about the people in your life… do you know anyone who is a “perpetual victim”? Perpetual victims tend to complain all the time, and they blame other people for […]

Hello and Happy New Year, ADHD Friends! As you may have noticed, we’ve been silent for a while here at ADHDmanagement.com. As the CEO of this site and the ADD Management Group, I had to put our work on hold for just a couple of months. Sometimes life forces you to shuffle your priorities and […]

If you know me well, then you no doubt know that my favorite season is Spring.Come April, I’m as happy as can be! The weather warms up, there’s lots of sun, and things are alive and growing. Even if it rains, the birds still chirp and the worms still come out. I admit that I’ve […]