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Effects of Smoking and Attention Deficit Disorder
Does smoking have anything to do with Attention Deficit Disorder? From fetal brain development affected by prenatal smoking or environmental smoke, to helping a person to focus, nicotine can impact a person with ADD! Learn what genetic research says about the effects of nicotine on people with ADD.
Disclosing ADD at Your Job
When do you tell people at work that you have ADD? The answer is different for each of us. Make an informed decision by using this simple strategy.
Diary of a Social Detective Review
Johnny, known to all of the kids as “Johnny Strange,” has a problem. He doesn’t have friends, and he keenly feels his solitary state. Lonely beyond belief, Johnny doesn’t understand social interactions. What can he do? Johnny uses his love of mysteries to learn to solve his own social mysteries.
Developing Work Skills and ADD
Statistics show that people with Attention Deficit Disorder may be underemployed or unemployed. How can prospective employees develop the work skills that employers are looking for? This article can help!
Develop Strengths with Hobbies and Your ADD Traits
Do you ever get tired of hearing about all of the problems that people with ADD have? Attention Deficit Disorder can help you develop your talents. Hobbies can be used to enhance the energy, creativity, and persistence that can come with ADD.
Delivered from Distraction with ADD Book Review
Delivered from Distraction, by Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. and John J. Ratey, M.D. is written from the perspective of personal and professional experience with ADD. Both doctors have ADD and have been active in the practice of helping people with ADD live their best possible lives. Highly recommended!
Counting the Blessings of ADD
How do you see Attention Deficit Disorder? Is it a disability to be endured or a different way of interacting with the world? Long ago, I discovered that I can look at my ADD as a life sentence that simply isn’t fair, or I can count my blessings that came along with my Attention Deficit Disorder.
Conversations and Attention Deficit Disorder
Do you know somebody with an annoying conversational style? Interrupting, talking off topic, and losing track of a conversation might be seen as rudeness. Maybe, it just says that the out-of-step conversationalist has Attention Deficit Disorder. Here are some tips for creating better conversations.
Consider Homeschooling with ADD
Some children with Attention Deficit Disorder truly suffer when they are in school. They feel like they cannot do anything well. These children feel hopeless and desperate. If you are considering homeschooling to help your child with Attention Deficit Disorder, what factors do you need to explore?
College Students with Depression and ADD
What happens when a college student with ADD is away from home and has depression? How do they get through the experience without their natural support system? Here are some thoughts about what they can do to help themselves.
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