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Jane D., a 30-something professional writer and student with ADHD, blogs about dating and relationships, working and losing a variety of jobs, and surviving and thriving with attention deficit, along with depression and anxiety. She lives, works, and studies in a big city on the East Coast.« Recent Blog Posts
Archives: March 2009
posted: Tuesday March 31st - 3:17pm
Spring Returns, a Cynic Emerges
Distracted. Forgetful. Untreated adult ADHD. All signs that I'm not be ready to be a parent?
posted: Monday March 23rd - 11:22am
A Common-Sense Approach to ADHD
I found my kindred spirits at the shallow end of the pool.
posted: Tuesday March 10th - 4:53pm
Become a Better You, Jane!
The conventional advice, the daily Oprahisms, doesn't always do the job on unfocused, attention-deficit minds.
posted: Monday March 9th - 7:30pm
Late and Losing My Memory
A new game plan for ADHD-driven slip-ups: Pretend it never happened.
posted: Friday March 6th - 7:44pm
Airport Lost & Found: Attention Deficits
So I arrived at the wrong airport, but did get there on time. A small victory in the war against ADHD!
posted: Wednesday March 4th - 12:13pm
A Coach Class Encounter with ADHD
I went to Florida to escape the winter and the city, but the jobless funk and weariness came along for the ride.
posted: Tuesday March 3rd - 10:04am« ADHD & the City's blog
How the ADHD Brain Keeps Track of Time
Put aside the theories on executive functions, and the orchestra without its conductor, and the answer is simple: The adult-ADD brain doesn't know time.
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