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Archives: July 2008
posted: Friday July 25th - 1:06pm
Break It Up!
If only I could break up my whole, overwhelming ADHD life into small, manageable, quantifiable little jobs.
posted: Thursday July 24th - 1:13pm
Back From the Abyss
It's been a wholly unholy month, but I've stared depression in the face and lived to blog about it. I think.
posted: Wednesday July 2nd - 7:02am
ADHD Wake Up Call
Learn to watch your back, ADHDers. You are going to get hurt from time to time.
Impulse control, or lack thereof, is a primary issue in ADHD. I'm willing to bet that of all the instances of failure to take measured, as opposed to spontaneous, action, the vast majority would occur in situations where one of us spoke without thinking. The concomitant and abetting dysfunction is that we have difficulties evaluating people, reading their moods, reacting to any changes in body language...
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posted: Tuesday July 1st - 7:47am« Treating ADHD Blog's blog
Keep on Truckin'
Accomplishing something, anything, is more valuable than bouncing around like a superball in a squash court.
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