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Replay Redirect

It must be exasperating! I often hear variations of the following question in my coaching practice: “Why can my partner/child/friend pay attention to something they like, but not other things?” Sometimes, this same question presents as the following statement: “He/she can’t have ADD/ADHD. They can focus just fine on ___________,” (where the blank is something like video…

Where will YOU Be, This Time Next Year?
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Where will YOU Be, This Time Next Year?

It’s Right Now. Do You Know Where Your Goals Are? For those of you who are too young to remember, when I was growing up, there was a public service announcement that came on the television every evening that said, “It’s 10 o’clock! Do you know where your children are?” It served as a good reminder to parents…

5 Simple Sanity-Saving Tips for Trying Times
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5 Simple Sanity-Saving Tips for Trying Times

No matter where you are in the world, chances are that you’re under more stress right now that normal. Between natural and man-made disasters, economics, politics, the coronavirus outbreak, and everything else that’s going on around you, there’s a lot to deal with, and life doesn’t stop coming at you while you’re trying to cope….

It’s Leap Day! What will you do with your Gift of Time? (aka ADHD Time Management and Productive Procrastination)
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It’s Leap Day! What will you do with your Gift of Time? (aka ADHD Time Management and Productive Procrastination)

This extra day in a leap-year February is really a gift of time! When it comes to ADHD Time Management, extra time is the equivalent of finding cash in a card from your Aunt when you didn’t expect it, or the unexpected crisp $20 bill in the pocket of your jeans. Or waking up to…

Simple Commitments to Help you Thrive in the New Year!
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Simple Commitments to Help you Thrive in the New Year!

As the New Year looms in front of you, take a look at your schedule, your list of things to do, and your commitments. What do you see that your commitments have in common with each other? My very educated guess (from decades of working with adults with ADHD/ADD)  is that not too many of…

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10 Back-To-School Tips Anyone Can Use!

Whether you are the parent of a school-age child with ADHD or an adult looking to make change yourself, these back-to-school tips have something for everyone! 1.  Be a part of your child’s team at school.  Whether your child has a Section 504 Plan, an IEP, or neither, it is essential to his school success…

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What are you Willing to Commit To so that You can Start the New Year Off Right?

As the New Year looms in front of us, I want you to take a look at your schedule, your list of things to do, and your resolutions and goals.  What do you see that your commitments have in common with each other?  My very knowledgeable guess (from years of coaching adults with ADD and parents)…

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“Out-the-Door” Struggles, Punctuality, and the Morning Fog

As an ADD Coach, one of the most common complaints I hear from clients is about difficulty being on time: for work, for appointments, for meetings, and even for fun events.  It is stressful for us, frustrating for others, and can cause problems in personal as well as professional relationships.  For parents, our out-the-door struggles…