Things To Do With Someone With ADHD

If you’re contemplating a relationship with a person with ADHD, you might be worried about them being bored.

Why? Well, because if they are bored, that means they might wander off in distracted fashion as we are wont to do.


Give Me ADHD Shelter

Yesterday we talked about ADHD weather, the way things seem to storm and rage in our lives and often every possible aspect of every storm seems to come all at once,


Changing ADHD Weather

I’ve occasionally heard people refer to their ADHD as a storm of symptoms.

Things get wild, unpredictable, winds change direction and speed. Sometimes it rains and sometimes it pours.


Are We Safe At Home?

You’ve maybe heard the meme text, “You’re not stuck at home, you’re safe at home.”

I thought it was quite clever, made sense in these isolating times, was worth a “like”


Isolation Issues

I’m glad I never started counting how many days we’ve been in isolation.

We had a kind of soft start here, construction was considered essential work and our renovation was in full swing when the isolation measures were first announced.


My Inner Introvert

I am aware that ADHD is a dichotomous disorder.

We’ve discussed this before, inattentive and yet able to hyper-focus, passionate and yet able to forget about the people and things we are passionate about when distracted,


I Need A Break!

I woke up today feeling … a bit off.

I mean, nothing I could put my finger on, just … like things weren’t really the way they should be.


The Time Has Come!

Folks, it is finally time.

You remember how every day of your life you’ve thought up something you could do that would be great?

And you’ve put it off,


It’s On!

What a mess this world is in these last few days and weeks, eh?

Things shut down, people asked to stay home, staying six feet or more away from each other,


ADHD Gender Bias Lives On

There has been controversy around the diagnosis of ADHD since the seventies.

And there should be that controversy until some issues are dealt with.

One issue that comes to mind is the fact that fewer women are diagnosed than men.