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ADHD

Look Into My Eyes

Observe ...

My friend, Jennie Friedman, an ADHD coach by trade and a good one I understand, has a website called SeeinADHD. I've written for it, I help edit it, and yes I'm somewhat affiliated with it (shameless promotional plug there), but what I'd like to draw your attention to is the name of the site.

See in ADHD refers to her assertion that if you look closely at the...
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Diagnosis

Are You a Narcissist?

If you are a narcissist how would you know it?  Maybe you've been accused of being a narcissist; certainly most sex addicts have. But what would it actually feel like if you were a narcissist?

When we think of narcissism we often think of the way it looks in the rich and famous, the over-privileged. It plays out in a lack of genuine connection and empathy, an attitude of over-entitlement, and a tendency toward manipulative, deceptive and...
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ADHD

The Harder Alternative

A sign of hard times

It's hard having ADHD. I mean, I think it's hard. I can't really say that not having it would be easier since I've never not had ADHD.

I assume it's hard because I know that ADHD is a collection of conflicting paradoxical issues that won't let up.

Conflicts like the fact that we can focus on things to the exclusion of all else, but we can't really choose what...
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