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ADHD and Holiday Shopping – Video


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A situation that causes you stress could actually be turned into a way to release stress and get healthier. What seems like a problem is actually an opportunity. It’s all in how you look at it.











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8 Responses to “ADHD and Holiday Shopping – Video”

  1. wiredonjava says:

    Forget the mall, the drugstore has great variety on a rack of gift cards!

  2. kimbo says:

    Hilarious! And so true! Happy holidays!

  3. Vanilla says:

    Very true. Let’s park as far away from the mall as necessary and enjoy the walk. It will save time and relax one’s nerves. Thank you Rick.

  4. Rick says:

    We don’t have closed captioning. We would love to. But being independent of Pharma sponsors means we do things slowly.

    We would welcome someone doing this. But we can’t afford it at the moment.

  5. lsdcat says:

    Do your videos have a Closed Captioning option?

  6. McQ says:

    I have over the years learned that if I move Christmas to my wifes birthday, Dec 10th I can complete my holiday shopping before the panic sets in. Though my wife sometimes suffers from the last minute birthday surprise gift.

  7. mimigibs says:

    So, so true. I’ve been doing that for several years. Now I only have to remember where I parked my car.

  8. Larynxa says:

    After long weeks of working in a very monotonous, very low-stimulation job, I steeled myself for a quick visit to the Eaton Centre on a Saturday afternoon in December, because I wanted to buy a certain pair of rhinestoned shoes I’d seen in the window of a shoe store there.

    The store was an absolute madhouse: crowded, chaotic, noisy, overstimulating…

    But, as I waited in line at the checkout, I suddenly became aware that, for the first time in weeks, I felt alive! And it felt wonderful!

    Of course, if I’d been one of the salespeople, having to work an 8-hour day in that environment, it would be a very different matter.