ADHD and Fear

There is a connection between ADHD and fear of…EVERYTHING. “You have a real fear of cancer, don’t you?” My husband asks me as I follow him around the house reciting the survivability rates of various cancers. We’d just returned from the gym where I’d been running on the treadmill listening to a medical podcast. My […]

ADHD Coping Strategies

Many adults develop ADHD coping strategies to help them navigate life. Some of these strategies are helpful, while others actually produce long-term consequences. Picture yourself with a looming deadline for work. It’s Friday and your report is due on Monday. You took the day off so you could work from home to complete this project. […]

Good Girls With ADHD

Why are we all working so hard to be good girls with ADHD? Actually scratch that. Why are we trying to be good girls at all? Don’t deny it, I have proof. I asked this question on my business Facebook page, AND in a Facebook group. You all confirmed you wanted to be a good […]

ADHD, Money, and Emotions

ADHD, money, and emotions are inextricably linked. I feel a little uncomfortable whenever someone emails me with questions about ADHD and money management. Money management isn’t just about creating a budget, it’s about how we feel about ourselves. Many of us measure our value as a human based on how much money we make. It’s […]

Multitasking and ADHD

  Multitasking and ADHD do not mix. Actually, Multitasking doesn’t work for neurotypicals either, but I’ll explain that later. I remember when I was a kid, I would sit in math class and take these detailed notes about how to do whatever type of math we were learning. Frankly, no matter what it was it […]