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Douglas Cootey, a single father to four daughters, works hard to meet the challenges of managing depression, ADHD, and chronic motor tic disorders. He describes his frantic but fun-filled life surrounded by his loving daughters as a “living sitcom.”

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posted: Thursday April 18th - 6:21pm

I Remembered I Forgot (Just in Time)

A sleepless night playing catchup leads to deep thoughts on systems, structure, and staying organized with adult ADHD.

If I thought ADHD could throw monkey wrenches into my plans before, divorce was like dumping a plumber’s toolbox on my head. It’s taken a bit of time to heal, to sort out the mess, and to know what to do with all those monkey wrenches. My ex and I have joint custody of our daughters, so we split the duties, as well as the time spent...
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