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New Year’s Goal Plans and ADD
Do you make New Year's resolutions only to find them falling apart in less than a week? A resolution without a plan is just a dream that's doomed to fail. Learn to make effective plans that work for you and help you achieve your goals.
Nurture Can Improve Cortical Thickness in ADD
A child could inherit a thinner than normal cortex, due to the genetics of Attention Deficit Disorder. It is possible to somewhat mitigate the effects of genetics by enhancing the environmental circumstances of the young child. Be creative to set the conditions to increase cortical development.
Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies for ADD
Adults and kids love a sweet breakfast. Why eat expensive over-processed cereals with dyes in them? Overly processed food might not bother some people, but studies have shown that it does increase the negative symptoms of ADD in other people. Try these natural, delicious breakfast cookies, instead!
Organizing for a Cause and ADD
People with Attention Deficit Disorder often have great difficulty getting organized. What if you have a cause that you feel passionately about? How can you get yourself organized to help? What can you do? This article uses an ongoing personal cause to bring these questions and their answers to life
Paper Clutter and Attention Deficit Disorder
Does your living or office space resemble an explosion in a paper factory? Are your paper piles practicing defying the Law of Gravity? What can you do to bring the piles under control? This article can help!
Parenting a Newborn When You Have ADD
Caring for a newborn is a demanding job that seems to have no end. You cannot just say, “I don’t feel like doing this today.” Your hormones are raging, and you never get enough sleep. That can cause your negative symptoms of ADD to go wild. How can you effectively care for your little baby?
Parenting Children with Attention Deficit Disorder
Parenting is one of those jobs that have a long, steep learning curve. You need to balance what children want with what they need. Children with Attention Deficit Disorder have all of the same needs as other children. However, children with ADD/ADHD also need strong parental advocates.
Parenting with Attention Deficit Disorder
When one or both parents have Attention Deficit Disorder, it's a pretty good bet that at least a few of their kids do, too. Parents can help their children who have ADD by sharing their well-developed understanding and expertise about living with Attention Deficit Disorder.
People First Language and ADD
Have you ever heard a child described as “an ADD child?” This language is everywhere! When you are speaking of a person, coupled with a disability or condition, it is better to put the person first. The condition or disability is mentioned second. This is what “people first” language is about.
Perseveration and Attention Deficit Disorder
Perseveration is when a person continues the same action or thought after the original stimuli is gone. It can be a persistent thought or idea that a person just can't get rid of, and it is non-productive. This can be a problem for folks with ADD. How can you break the perseveration cycle?
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