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It’s ADHD Awareness Month 2019!

It’s ADHD Awareness Month 2019!

That's right my ADHD tribe, October is our month! We don't have exclusive rights to October awareness, we share it with numerous of other worthy causes, both high profile and obscure - Breast Cancer, Domestic Violence, Down Syndrome, Bullying Prevention, Depression,...

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It’s ADHD Awareness Month 2018!!

What do you think of when October arrives? Fall foliage, boots & sweaters? Apple picking and pumpkin patches? Pumpkin spice flavored EVERYTHING! and Breast Cancer Awareness Month Well, in case you didn't know, it's also ADHD Awareness Month!! Yep, that's right, we...

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Don’t Miss the ADHD Parent Palooza

  Big news for my fellow ADHD parents - next week (August 20-25) is the first ever ADHD Parent's Palooza! Hosted by my friends and colleagues, Linda Roggli of ADDiva and Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster of ImpactADHD, the ADHD Parent Palooza is...

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ADHD Awareness Month – The Many Faces of ADHD

October is ADHD Awareness Month - 31 days to educate and celebrate all things ADHD! However long your ADHD timeline may be - a recently diagnosed child or adult, or you have been a member of the ADHD tribe for years - there's something for every ADHDer and those that...

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Friday Funny – Today Illustrated

A bit of ADD humor for the first Friday of ADHD Awareness Month. While many may relate to this cartoon, it's a daily reality for most ADDers. There are plenty of challenges when you're living with ADD - whether it's yourself or a loved one - so regular doses of...

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Proud to Call Myself an “ADDer”

There seems to be a debate developing within our ADHD tribe . . . to be or not to be an "ADDer". During Rick Green's (of TotallyADD) opening keynote at the Attention Deficit Disorder Association Conference this summer, he asked the audience "Do you say 'I am...

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Back-to-School Resolutions for Moms with ADD

I have always loved back-to-school. As a kid growing up in the pre-ADHD age, a new school year meant another opportunity to finally do school right. I would finally pay attention, do my homework and get good grades. I spent hours organizing my new school...

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