3 thoughts on “Five Habits for Highly Festive Holidays for ADHDers

  • December 13, 2010 at 8:25 pm

    My favorite is number 3… and number 2…. and number 4… well, I guess number 5 also make sense. I don’t know about number 1 though, even if I make a list I forget to use it. LOL.

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  • December 14, 2010 at 9:53 am

    Hey, Kathryn, so nice to see you back!

    I really enjoyed this post, it’s very wise and full of great advice. I intend to follow your holiday tips, especially the one about “exercise,” as I’ve already started telling myself I don’t have time, while feeling guilty and knowing I should MAKE the time, especially now, as it is such a great de-stressor and re-focusser (I know that’s not a word, but you know what I mean).

    It’s been especially difficult as up here in Canada, in my part of the country anyway, we’re undergoing a major winter storm; hundreds are stranded on highways, the army has been called out to help, and it is so cold that my dog can’t go walking for more than a few feet ’cause it’s too cold on her little paws! Guess we’ll have to play indoors, and I’ll have to get back to my yoga!

    Thanks again for the reminder!

    Take care,
    Zoë
    Fellow Psych Central blogger, ADHD: from A to Zoë

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    • January 4, 2011 at 9:27 am

      Zoe,

      How did the holidays go? Canada is rough with the darkness – have you tried any of the full-spectrum light bulbs? I really do think they make a difference.

      My body seems to turn on / off with the sun. It is amazing.

      Sending you the very best up there!!!

      Kathryn

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