is pleased to announce our first virtual (online) event of 2012: The ADHD & Weight Management Seminar: How to Build Healthy Eating Habits that are ADHD-friendly. Register by January 3 to secure the early bird price of just $77! Did you know that adults with ADHD are more likely to become obese, and even […]

People often ask us which term is correct: ADD, ADHD, or AD/HD? The official term currently used by the American Psychiatric Association is ADHD. In 1980, the DSM-III (a manual for doctors) introduced ADD (Attention-Deficit Disorder) with or without hyperactivity. In 1987, it was changed to ADHD. Then, in 1994 with the publication of the […]

As an adult with ADHD, I’ve experienced my share of challenges. I’ve struggled with focus, time management, ogranization, memory, overwhelm, and so much more, just like everyone else with ADHD. But I wouldn’t trade my ADHD for anything! Why? Because despite some difficulties, I’m also well aware of the benefits that I’ve enjoyed. While the […]

Wondering if your marriage problems might be explained by the presence of ADHD?  Here are five signs that you should look for: There is a seriously unbalanced distribution of responsibility in your household.  A partner with ADHD often has trouble following through on tasks that are boring or need full attention.  To compensate, non-ADHD spouses […]

Feeling overwhelmed? If so, you’re not alone. In my many years of coaching adults with ADHD, I’ve come to believe that chronic overwhelm is the hallmark of adult ADHD. It doesn’t matter if you’re hyperactive or inattentive, and it doesn’t matter if you’re medicated or not. We all suffer from overwhelm from time to time, […]