ADHD Expert Rick Green

Disclosing ADHD? – Curb your enthusiasm

As ADHD specialist Dr. David Teplin explains, “In terms of disclosure, like anything else in life you have to be aware of who you are telling, who is receiving that, and what they might do with it. In some ways it has to do with trust. In some ways it has to be with naivety. Or lack of naivety. And really at the end of the day what you’re trying to achieve or what you think will be helpful.”
Who have you told? And how did it go?

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How to Survive “Back to School” With ADHD

Trick Question: who is school harder for? 1) A kid with ADHD. 2) The parent of a kid with ADHD. 3)The parent of a kid with ADHD who also has ADHD. Answer: YES! Any way you look at it, “back to school time” is a stress factory waiting to happen, regardless of whomever in your house is challenged (and gifted) with ADHD…

10 Tips to Achieving Focus in Today’s Busy Workplace

1. Do The Impossible. People focus most intently when they take on a challenge, when they are working in an area where they are skilled, but where they are also stretched. Often, amazingly enough, what seemed impossible becomes possible. 2. Trust Your Way. Perhaps the single most clichéd song lyric ever…

Back to School with ADHD

He’s failing two classes again. The teacher keeps telling me he isn’t handing in his homework. I go through his bag and there are blank worksheets. He thinks they might be work he didn’t finish in class, but he says he doesn’t remember. I have no way of knowing. There’s a missing piece of communication somewhere. Who am I supposed to ask?…

Rick Green ADHD Expert

What is the Perfect Career For Me & My ADHD? Part 2

In our video, The Perfect Career For ADHD, the experts agree that it has to be something you are interested in. But not necessarily good at. At least so far.
YOUR PASSION MAY NOT BE SOMETHING YOU DO WELL. YET.

Nobody starts out good at anything. Remember learning to walk? Or to play piano? Or flirting with the opposite sex? Practice, practice, practice.