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Attribute #7 Reactionary vs. Responsiveness
I’ll never forget the thirty-plus-year-old man who came into my office some years ago. Historically, first fledgling signs of a positive side to ADD were just beginning to peak out from behind the shrouded pathology-laden … Read more ...
Let me join you in harnessing your experience with one of the more devastating, thoughtless, accusations made by non-ADD people about those of us with an ADD style of Brain Construction.
“You’re Too Sensitive”
This phrase, … Read more ...
Having a high level of energy (physically, mentally, and emotionally) has historically been considered a sure symptom of ADD/ADHD. But in my forthcoming book, Embracing A.D.D., A Healing Perspective (pub date mid-2015) you’ll see not a symptom, but instead an … Read more ...
Those of us with an ADD style of brain construction tend to pay attention to the patterns and relationships within the big picture. Our focus of attention tends to be on the relationship between details rather than on the details … Read more ...
Ever notice that you do not always think in terms of words in order to figure out how to do something?
At some point in time, everyone has to be their own therapist, even for a little while: take responsibility to help if you can’t figure out what to do for yourself.
Sometimes it will be a Friend, it can be … Read more ...
It’s hard when you are the only ADD one in our family.
Love goes a long way, but it’s still hard when you’re the only one who likes to ply the skills that make you who you are and those … Read more ...
Assert Your Power
NEED HELP? Ask for it!
LISTEN to the Answer
Be POLITE but Firm
If Turned Down,
Find Someone Else to ASK.
Don’t Stop Looking
and Asking Until
You Get Help.
Say THANK YOU
to your HELPER!
Next … Read more ...
Giddyap, horsy. There I was, preparing to lead the entry parade into the Mesquite Rodeo Arena in 1984. Old Mr. Hood, the owner and ancient trainer at the stables where I kenneled Miss T. told me how to manage her … Read more ...