Tag Archives: ADHD information

ADHD Awareness month …

“Insecurities have the ability to shape and mold our minds to live with everything that’s bad; like crying on the inside, while smiling on the outside…thus creating pain…but, alas, I have the answer; forget about what you thought and enjoy (embrace) what you feel”
― Jeremy Aldana


There are a lot of adults with ADHD (Attention Deficit(Hyperactivity) Disorder) and it impacts every day of their life in ways that don’t always produce positive results.   ADHD is like looking at the stars … too many ideas, too many thoughts, and too many things forgotten.

People with ADHD are often very creative and intelligent and struggle with things like staying on task, staying focused, getting things done on time or just being organized enough to remember the next appointment.  In a world filled with distractions people with ADHD are over distracted and that can impact their work, their relationships and their sense of well-being.

Learning how to manage ADHD can improve the life of a person with ADHD.   Learning about ADHD can help the people without ADHD understand how ADHD impacts those with ADHD.

Between Oct 26 and Nov 1 there is a FREE virtual conference on ADHD that you can sign up and attend.   If you know of someone with ADHD then have them sign up and learn the latest in ADHD management strategies.

You can sign-up here REGISTER FOR THE VIRTUAL ADHD CONFERENCE.  Register today and find out ways to take charge of ADHD (for you or someone you know).

ADHD … info you can use

“Stop allowing your outdated ideas to hinder your progress. How would your life be different if you became open to new information that can refine, improve, enhance your way of thinking, and empower your way of living?”
― Steve Maraboli

ADHD creates turbulence in the lives of those who experience the symptoms on a daily basis.

ADHD … increasing or just getting more attention.   In our fast paced society the symptoms of ADHD may show up in just about everyone at some point in time.   Losing focus, poor time management, low organization, or waiting and waiting to start something important.   At times everyone experiences some of the ADHD symptoms, but what about the person who really does have ADHD and lives with it day after day, what do they do?

Some people with ADHD hope it goes away and for some it does and for others it doesn’t go away, it follows them around and  impacts their careers, relationships, and their lives.    For some medication works, for some it doesn’t.   There are various treatments for ADHD, some work well and some don’t work so well.  What do you do?

Get information.   Find out if you do have ADHD and then find out how to manage it.   Don’t let ADHD manage you.    Go to a new ADHD information source and learn more about ADHD.   If you don’t have it chances are that you know someone that does, someone that could use some new information.

To find out more, click here.