Category Archives: Inspiration

A.D.D. and Letting Go:2014

 

A.D.D. and Letting Go: 2014 . . . in honor of the best editor/friend I’ve ever known.

No more resolution for the New Year, but, instead, Good, Very good, and Superbly Good Ideas for the New Year.

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A.D.D. and Parent’s High Expectations

Having received this email from one of us who has come to understand that her brainstyle primarily walks the A.D.D. path, I want to share her question about high expectations. I’ve learned that many of us have similar questions, interests, … Read more ...

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Letting Go of A.D.D.: A Bumpy Road to Travel to Success

Letting Go of A.D.D.: A Bumpy Road to Travel to Success

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about letting go of A.D.D?

Do you think of letting go of a disorder? And end up … Read more ...

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Connecticut Shooting: Short Turn Reactions or Long Turn Remedies

I want you to understand that I do not condone the behavior of one who shoots other people, but I feel compassion and grieve for the lonely person, often cut-off-from a world experience of living among others with feelings of … Read more ...

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It’s the Telling of the A.D.D.Tale Through Mentorship

Writing Embracing A.D.D., A Healing Perspective, is opening my eyes further than previously about the brainstyle called Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hyperactivity. What a journey from the beginning, thirty two years ago when I was told that my … Read more ...

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The Child You Once Were: An A.D.D. Child’s Experience

As I began to write my first draft of my new book, Embracing A.D.D.: A Healing Perspective, I thought I would introduce the idea of The True You, that innate core within ourselves that reflects the attributes of Attention … Read more ...

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The Fullness of Living ADD and the Wounding of Living ADD

 KC, 

Your poetic comment is heartfelt, beautiful, painful and, above all, REAL.

The first step to healing wounding is being willing to feel. By feeling instead of shutting off or drowning our feelings, we all can use the best of Read more ...

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Untitled ADD book in the making

Two weeks ago ( June 9), I posted a blog entitled “Atention Deficit Disorder in Adults — A New As Yet Untitled Book” in which I seek input in ways in which ADD affects us, for ill or for wonderfulness.Read more ...

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Smashadron and His Family: Is There Hope?

Let me introduce you to an acquaintance of mine. I can’t call Sam Senior a friend because by nature, he really can’t be a friend to anyone–after all, there’s no room for anyone but him. He needs it that way.… Read more ...

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JS Response to Lynn re. ADD/ADHD

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Hello Lynn.
Thanks for complimenting my writing. I have received compliments from professors at the University of Houston about my writing while taking literature courses.
You stated my case scenario well in the blog too.
I agree that you … Read more ...
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