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Is ADHD over-diagnosed?

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

‘Oh, everyone thinks they have ADD nowadays.  It’s over-diagnosed.  It’s the internet.  And cell phones.  And everyone’s trying to do 9 things at once.  Fifty years ago there was no such thing as ADHD.’

Adult ADHD

ADHD and Play – Not Just for Kids!

By Grant Crowell

I love making up and sharing words, I’ve been doing it since I was a kid and began speaking.
Now I do this regularly to improve my emotional intelligence, working memory, social skills, and to get outside my own comfort zone.

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“When I Grow Up I Want To Be…”

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

Ask most kids what they want to be when they grow up and you’ll get very clear answers. Which may change from week to week, depending on the video game they’ve played. I had no idea.
“What do I want to be?” From age 8 to about the time my first marriage ended, that question invariably triggered a snowstorm of ideas, then brain freeze. I didn’t have an answer.
Then I realized what I wanted to be: Happy…

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Deep Breathing For The ADHD Mind and Body

By Jackie Gaulton - Yoga

Just BREATHE – Let the dinosaurs chase someone else for a moment!
We have all heard the old adage at some time in our lives.  When overwhelmed by panic, stress, or fear someone has encouraged us to take three deep belly breaths to help us calm down. 

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I Believe in ADHD! Finding Out You Have ADHD

By Team TotallyADD

Anonymous Guest Blog
Dear Rick, your recent blog about the experience of people dismissing ADHD really struck a chord with me. I am living this experience, it seems, constantly at the moment.
I have ADHD. I am also a doctoral researcher…

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Is Laughter The Best Medicine?

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

It might just be in my imagination. A lot of things are.
But I’m starting to wonder, is my ADHD seasonal? Do the symptoms abate in the warm, long days of summer? Then grow worse during February’s cold, grey?