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Stephen Anfield is a 30-something professional whose busy life is complicated and immeasurably enhanced by his ADHD symptoms. Anfield writes about the techniques he uses to manage ADHD, while admitting that what works for him might not work for you.

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Archives: June 2011

posted: Monday June 27th - 2:00pm

My Morning With ADD/ADHD

My morning routine as an adult with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is often chaotic. How does yours compare?

Underneath my seemingly organized and focused exterior, there’s a scatterbrained, idea-driven person struggling to conform to a world that doesn’t fully understand attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD). A day in my life as an ADD/ADHD adult has more twists than a pretzel, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Here’s a look at what I do and what I’m thinking. 4 a.m. – My alarm is...
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posted: Thursday June 9th - 4:00pm

Why Nonprofits Offer the Best Work Environments for This ADD/ADHD Adult

ADD/ADHD adults: Are you looking for a job that offers structure and support, values the individual and creativity, and will provide meaningful work? I was too, and here's how I found it.

About three weeks ago, I started a new job. I had been working as a consultant with AARP and the AARP Foundation, and my contract with them was coming to an end. I knew that I had to make a decision: either continue consulting or find a full-time job. I chose the latter. Given my work background and love for all things nonprofit (nonprofit workplaces have fostered...
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