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Archives for September, 2016

Living with ADHD

When Childhood ADHD Becomes Adult ADHD

ADHD can be the worst kind of guest: one that shows up, wreaks chaos in your life, and refuses to ever leave. The latest estimate is that about half of children with ADHD still have the disorder as adults, but whatever the exact number, we've known for a while that ADHD sticks around into adulthood for many people.
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Coping Strategies

4 Tips for Being Self-Employed With ADHD

I've written before about how being self-employed checks a lot of the boxes of what I look for in an ADHD-friendly work environment. It gives you flexibility to do things your own way, and the pressure of being your own one-person business can be helpful for firing up the ADHD brain. No wonder, then, that research has suggested people with ADHD are more likely to be their own bosses.
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Coping Strategies

Setting Goals With ADHD

As I talked about a few posts ago, there's no shortage of ways to be unproductive with ADHD. From procrastination to distraction, ADHD has plenty of tricks for sabotaging your productivity.
The good news is that there are a few tools you can use to fight back. One is setting goals. I believe that being clear about what your goals are is one of the most effective things you can do to stay productive in the face of whatever obstacles ADHD...
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