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Linda Roggli was diagnosed with ADHD at 45 and writes about her midlife add-ventures with honesty and humor. As she searches for focus, happiness, and a place to put all her stuff, Roggli shares the job of being an ADDiva.« Recent Blog Posts
Archives: March 2012
posted: Monday March 19th - 4:42pm
Dream On: A Rockin' Good ADHD Mind
Aerosmith's iconic, loud-mouthed, ever-eccentric Steven Tyler is "ADD personified" at age 63.
posted: Thursday March 8th - 11:32am
Just Think About It
What is really important to me? Perhaps if I asked this question -- and stopped to really think about the answer -- more often, I could stop these dizzying ADHD-fueled thoughts.
I've never resonated with the DSM-IV symptom of ADHD that says something like "feels driven by a motor." This week, however, I might take another look at that descriptor - I'm like the hamster on its squeaky wheel. As is often the case, the culprit is technology. I'm troubleshooting a new webinar service for ADDA (the non-profit organization that supports ADHD adults). It's fun (after all, it's...
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posted: Thursday March 1st - 10:47am« Confessions of an ADDiva's blog
Breathing Fire: My ADHD Resilience Slays Dragons
Somewhere deep down, my brain finds crises interesting and compelling. Emergencies tend to pull my attention into full focus and my ADHD-fueled dragon-slaying skills emerge!
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