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Writing in the ADD-Way: “Progress is Our Most Important Product”

“Progress is our most important product,” was a phrase with which I was raised. As I mentioned in the last blog (9/24/13), I wasn’t sure if I knew where I was heading when I began writing Embracing A.D.D., A Healing Read more ...

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From Disorder to Diversity – When A.D.D./A.D.H.D. Meets the Miss America Pageant

The year is 2013. The setting is the Miss America Pageant in Las Vegas, NV, USA.

And quite by coincidence, I find myself watching the entire contest—to the very end when Attention Deficit Disorder, the focus of my forthcoming book, … Read more ...

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Infused Insight: A New Understanding

I came to a new understanding after an implosion yesterday.  A day later, I can think again. My mind is clear and I’m re-balanced.

It’s all about too much hitting me at once, a not too unfamiliar happening with many … Read more ...

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More on A.D.D., Dyslexia, and House Clutter

This is the third in a continuing dialogue between Lauren and me on managing house clutter if you’re A.D.D. I’ve quoted a few phrases from Lauren’s comments after the last posting and paraphrased some without changing the meaning. You can … Read more ...

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More on A.D.D., Dyslexia and House Clutter

Overwhelm: The result of having a brainstyle that simply doesn’t lend itself to creating and maintaining organization at home . . . or anywhere else for that matter. 

After receiving a heartfelt response to the initial posting of this topic, … Read more ...

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ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia and House Clutter

I recently received an email from a 20-something young woman who was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child. She’s worked hard, is smart, has received an education and is very articulate and thoughtful.

L.E. wrote: “Today I was packing and … Read more ...

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Living in the Interstices of Life Response — A Time Shared By Most of Us

Coy, my heart and soul go out to you in the loss of your wife, leaving the open spaces open for too long for comfort. Yet, the very pain and discomfort opens up the path to growth. The very goodness … Read more ...

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Join Me in Developing An ADD/ADHD Diversity Mentor Program

Yes, ADD/ADHD is, to me, a Diversity issue. 

I’m looking for others who want to trade a Handicap for the Honoring of Diversity while also learning how to accommodate life in a linear world.

I sense that rather than a Read more ...

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Are you in Transition with the UPs and Downs of the In-Between-Times?

Found this written, in 1993-1994, when I was in transition between being a talk show host, The Doctor Lynn Weiss Show, and a full time Psychotherapist. Burn out and a major change in the therapy marketplace due to the introducion Read more ...

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Three Laughing Days Spent Finding Joy

You know how it goes when everything you touch boomerangs. Or take you 2, 3, 4 times to accomplish what ought to have been an easy accomplishment.

It’s the times when you get a ding in your windshield–less than a … Read more ...

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