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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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By Rick Green
A few months ago I blogged about those dark moments, when things would overwhelm me, and I wished I’d never been diagnosed. “It would have been better to just carry on like I was.”
That despair engulfed me when my best efforts, latest strategy, or brilliant new tool, would fail. One step forward, 37 steps back. (Warning: Steps may be exaggerated for dramatic effect.)…
Here is why you should worry about ADHD. These are the reasons you want to get your ADHD handled. This is why you want to take it seriously. This is why you should listen to the teacher or friend who tells you, “This is a problem.” Untreated and undiagnosed this disorder will continually cut the legs out from under you. Divorce. Bankruptcy. Firings. Accidents. Drugs. Crime. Unemployment. Few friends. Lots of bills. It’s not pretty.
You cannot manage what you don’t understand, or don’t even suspect is there. Even after getting the diagnosis, many ADDers fail to appreciate the many ways it sabotages their lives.
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If there’s one big theme to the mail we receive, it’s “I’m struggling and I don’t know why”. When I look at the many ways this feeling is expressed, there seems to be a pervasive and common experience of feeling alone, misunderstood and having unique problems—even though we may be surrounded by people, at work, in the grocery store, wherever we go. If this feels all too familiar…
Saturday morning and I thought I’d been spammed. My Email inbox was filled with the same headline about ADHD and the NYTimes.
But each Email was from a different person.
Of course, it turned out that The New York Times….
“Oh, I forgot we had this hot-air popcorn maker!”
“Oh, I didn’t know we owned all these old picture frames.”
“Hey, look! We have a single bed. I forgot about this.”…