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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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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.

Both … 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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A Compassionate, Hard Look at A.D.D. (Part 3)

Keynote speech presented by Lynn Weiss at AADIEN, 1997

I ask you!
3. Own your own ADD identity, including the way you think and feel.

We do have organization. It’s just different and often internal. We are logical within our … Read more ...

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Brain Styles and A.D.D. Part 2

Scott Burr’s Question # 2 and Part of Question 3

The real question is why do people choose work that is not suitable for them?

I especially invite you, my blog reader, to comment on this question. There is not Read more ...

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