Adult ADHD

ADHD and Transitioning Between Tasks

By Linda King, ADHD Coach

Brianna pointed. “As soon as dinner ends, you just start cleaning up! I don’t understand how you do it. I can’t go straight from dinner to dishes.” Dan was bewildered. To him, moving from eating dinner to cleaning dishes was natural. But to Brianna, it felt like Dan was blessed with a superpower.

Adult ADHD

What if ADHD is a Skill Set?

By Stuart Lloyd Cohen

Introduction by Ava Green, TotallyADD Co-Founder, “ADHD as a skill set” is a thought that Stuart Lloyd Cohen introduced us […]

Adult ADHD

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?

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8 Ways My ADHD is a Gift

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

Now and then someone will tell me that Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a gift.  A big, fat, wonderful, exciting gift.
Rather than a problem, disorder, constant challenge, or, on bad days, a curse.
Why such opposing views?