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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.
posted: Thursday May 7th - 10:19am
Don't Let Them Talk You Out of Your ADHD
Millions of adults over 40 with attention deficit are undiagnosed. If you think you’re one of them, take action now.
posted: Monday March 9th - 9:00am
Don’t Get Stuck in the Muck: Let Your ADHD Shine Today
Stop trying to please a world that judges and criticizes us—and start pursuing our own Big Dreams.
posted: Thursday March 5th - 9:00am
What Does That Say? My Life with Dysgraphia
Illegible handwriting often comes along with ADHD. Here’s how I wrote my own ticket around poor penmanship.
posted: Thursday January 22nd - 11:30am
Aging ADHDers Are Happier and More Satisfied After 60 (Despite Their Messy Closets)
The senior years grab you suddenly by the lapels when you are a distracted ADHDer. Here’s what to worry about and to forget about.
posted: Friday August 1st - 9:45am
Follow the "Bouncing" Woman
ADHDers know to get back on track after hitting life's potholes.
posted: Wednesday December 4th - 2:22pm
How Do I Get Distracted? Let Me Count the Ways
There are countless opportunities for distraction. Now think about all the ones you skipped past to get stuff done.
posted: Monday November 18th - 9:48am
ADHD Never Sleeps
Getting back to basics -- exercise, meditation, and a healthy respect for the disorder -- is the only way to stay a step ahead of my ADHD.
posted: Monday September 16th - 10:55am
I Cultivate My Garden — and My Inner Peace
Some people meditate to manage symptoms. I grow vegetables to achieve serenity now.
posted: Monday July 8th - 11:50am
The ADDiva (Almost) Wears Prada
These gorgeous shoes give great support — but not in the way you're thinking.
posted: Friday June 28th - 11:30am« Confessions of an ADDiva
Change Your Mind Much? Letterman Can Help
Here's help for the indecisive ADHDer: Draw up your Top 10 reasons for making a decision, and read them when doubt creeps in.
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