Happy Thanksgiving to all with ADHD! As I host Thanksgiving for the very first time, I am thankful that my ADHD helps me thrive under pressure! 😉 In the spirit of this holiday, I invite all adults with ADHD (both here in the US and all over the world) to comment and tell us… What […]

Ack! Don’t fret. So did I…and I was a featured ADHD expert! Before I get too far ahead of myself, let me fill you in on The ADHD Awareness Expo. It’s a free online event run by my good friend and colleague Tara McGillicuddy of ADDclasses.com. It showcases lots of resources for the ADHD community, […]

I spent the last weekend in July at ADDA’s 25th Anniversary Conference in Orlando. What a great event! If you’re not already a member of ADDA, then I encourage you to become one. It’s a truly wonderful organization dedicated to improving the lives of adults with ADHD, and I’ve been involved with it for many, […]

I was so busy waiting for babies last fall that I never got around to telling you about a great new book that I contributed to! The Distracted Couple: The Impact of ADHD on Adult Relationships is the brain child of editors Larry Maucieri and Jon Carlson, who wanted to put together a reference guide for […]

Hello, ADHD World! It’s been a while… As you may know, we here at The ADD Management Group took an all-too-short break in the last few months to welcome twins into our family! But things didn’t exactly go as planned… Back in October, we experienced an emergency situation on the last day of the 2013 […]

Hi Everyone, Erin ad I are taking a leave of absence due to a family emergency. We probably won’t be back at work until (around) March of 2014. Please excuse our absence, and don’t forget us! In the meantime, remember what we always say…

Hi Everyone! This is Jennifer Koretsky, SCAC. You know me from this blog, or maybe from my book, Odd One Out: The Maverick’s Guide to Adult ADD. But did you know that I’m also the director of the annual Virtual AD/HD Conference? It’s an online event all about learning how to live successfully with ADHD, […]

It’s not our fault. They’re conspiring against us.

“I don’t have any goals that I need to work on. I just have a ton of questions. I’m tired of staying up all night trying to find the answers online and walking away more confused than when I started.” This is what a new client told me when he booked a coaching session with […]

Starting to feel sluggish and a little blue? Don’t fret, it’s normal. Especially if you’re an adult with ADHD. 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 […]