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 direct your attention to things you don’t expect. In many ways, the entire year of 2012 was like that for me. Lots of unexpected surprises, both good and not-so-good. But nothing that could keep me down for too long!

I’m both eager and excited to ease back into my work with the ADHD community. This “work” rarely feels like work to me, because I truly enjoy my fellow ADHDers and I’m passionate about helping us all to live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives. Lately I’ve been thinking a lot — a LOT — about how our attitudes and mindsets affect our lives. The topic itself isn’t new, as many of you have read or heard me talk about “ADDjusting Your Attitude” to successfully manage ADHD. But I’ve been exploring this topic in new ways as of late, and I’m looking forward to sharing some of these ideas and strategies with you. Keep a lookout for a new post on this topic this week!

So thanks for hanging in there with us, and especially with me! Get ready for some very cool stuff to come your way in 2013 as we once again renew our commitment to making ADHDmanagement.com your go-to guide for managing adult ADHD!

All My Best,
Jen

 

 


Jennifer Koretsky About Jennifer Koretsky

Jennifer Koretsky, SCAC is the Managing Partner of the ADD Management Group, LLC and Chief Executive Officer of ADHDmanagement.com. She is a Senior Certified ADHD Coach, and the author of Odd One Out: The Maverick's Guide to Adult ADD.

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  1. Single mom, kids 8 & 11 — all of us have a healthy serving of adhd with sides of depression (me), defiance (8-year-old daughter) and severe anxiety (11-year-old son). I work full-time in a Fortune 100 company, handling a workload that’s supposed to be divided among two people. I have no family nearby, no support network to help with the kids yet my employer is leaning on me to stop missing deadlines, stop being late for meetings, and stop being so darned unreliable. I’m well-compensated but I’m beyond broke. I was forced to declare bankruptcy and I’m still struggling to keep my house. Now I’m afraid for my job! Cleaning my house is so far from a priority for me right now and I even forget how awful it really looks.

  2. Welcome back, was wondering what happened after all those months, but I’m sure you’re in a better place. Definitely understand the need to look after yourself and look forward to your freshened perspective.

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