ADHD Ambivalence

Ambivalence can mean experiencing contradictory feelings at the same time. And if you have ADHD and if you are reasonably self aware, you know exactly what that is.

But ambivalence can also mean,


ADHD At Church

I didn’t find out I had ADHD until I was almost fifty years old.

No, it isn’t that I have mild ADHD, and it isn’t that ADHD is not that obvious.


Eclectic Life Suits Fine

There is a not so subtle difference that is apparent in comparing the lives of adults with ADHD to those without it.

And that difference may be surprising to people with ADHD,


The Perfect Time To Be ADHD

I’m not trying to suggest that it’s a good thing to have ADHD, but if you’ve read my blog before you know I’m also not saying that I’d want to be anything else than someone with ADHD.


Things You Can Count On

There are few things you can count on in this life. It was once said and is often quoted that the only two “are death and taxes.”

Being the kind of person who is always looking for flaws in absolute statements,


Where Are My People?

Did you know that people with ADHD thrive in certain job situations and languish in others?

It’s true, and another thing that is true is that no two of us are alike in that respect.


The Things That Distract

It’s Wednesday, November the 9th, 2016. It’s the day after Donald Trump won the presidential election in the United States. And I, a Canadian, am just wandering around social media observing things.