Tag Archives: ADD/ADHD

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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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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The Gift, by Guest Writer Cary Stillwell

Introduction: Lynn Weiss

One of the best parts of being “out there” as someone with an A.D.D. style of brain construction is that I get the opportunity to meet absolutely wonderful people like our guest writer today, Cary Stillwell.

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A.D.D., the World’s Greatest “Big Picture”

Hard to believe that a year has gone by since I signed the contract to write Embracing A.A.D., A Healing Perspective. At that time, I was excited and nervous with an ADD head full of mass confusion.

Oh, yes, I … 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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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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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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