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Attribute #7 Reactionary vs. Responsiveness

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 ...

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Goal Setting and Execution with ADHD Examine Function

Ever notice that you do not always think in terms of words in order to figure out how to do something?

Well, let me introduce you to a first cousin to the previous blog about ADD Attributes, “Seeing the Read more ...

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Helping Yourself and Finding Help

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.

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Assert Your Power Poem by Lynn Weiss

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!

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Becoming All You Want To Be

We, the people, Linear, Analogue, or Bridge, have work to do. First, we need to grow to and through adulthood in order to reach our innate potential. Then, we must use the skills and attributes with which we were born. … Read more ...

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Seeing the Big Picture Living with ADD

Not one to look for things to do, because I am a person with an ADD/ADHD style of brain construction, I have more than enough ideas and activities to keep me busy. I never have nothing to do, nor do … Read more ...

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The 3 Types of ADD/ADHD

Let’s say that you work in an office and like to “people gaze” during lunch time.
You’re a particularly empathetic, sensitive type of person who notices similarities and differences between your workmates.

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Posts by ADD Pioneer, Lynn Weiss – What You Will Find Here

Sharing, discovering friends and family and discovering information you hadn’t known is what you’ll find.

Why take the time to come here? Do we not all need connection to others of like mind, those people that make up the nuts … Read more ...

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Top 4 Traits of ADD

Why would anyone label this “condition” that has been considered a disorder for decades with a term that means: to accept readily or gladly, to use eagerly, or to be equal or equivalent?

  • Answer #1: Because ADD traits can be
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More Response to A.D.D., Dyslexia, and House Clutter

This is the third exchange with Laurn re. regarding managing house clutter. You can read her comment below, but I’ll summarize a bit of what I’m responding to in her Sept. 6th posting. . (I’m taking the liberty of doing … Read more ...

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