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Low Stress Holiday Guide for ADD
How does Attention Deficit Disorder affect winter holidays? People want that time to be joyous. There's so much to bring together for a festive holiday. If getting distracted and having struggles staying on track are problems, and they often are with ADD, then this guide has articles that can help.
Low Tech Bill Paying with Adult ADD
Is your credit score keeping you from buying large ticket items or getting a good job? This can happen when you are late paying bills. Negative symptoms of adult Attention Deficit Disorder can wreak havoc with your finances. Learn a low-tech way to get those bills paid on time and lower your stress.
Maintaining Motivation with Adult ADD
How are you able to do something when you just don't feel like working on it? For many people with Attention Deficit Disorder, focus and motivation can be ongoing problems. Read what research has to say about rewards and motivation. Then, plan for success!
Making Life Changes with ADD
Especially, if you have Attention Deficit Disorder, change may be difficult, since sustaining attention is a hard process. What can you do to make effective changes if you have Attention Deficit Disorder?
Making Mistakes and Attention Deficit Disorder
Have you ever had a day in your life where you made no mistakes? I hope not! Celebrate your adult ADD! The only people who never make mistakes are people who are not doing activities that challenge them. Spend your life in joyful discovery. Make your mistakes and use them as learning tools.
Making Soup for ADD Nutrition
When you are looking for a way to provide excellent nutrition for folks with Attention Deficit Disorder and save your food budget, soup is the answer. While many people worry about making soup from scratch, it is really easy. Soup is a delicious way to put nutritious food on the table quickly.
Medication Myths and ADD
A lot has changed since Attention Deficit Disorder was considered a moral failing and lack of effort. Research has shown that it is a biological disorder, and that medication and other therapies can improve the negative symptoms of ADD/ADHD. Information about ADD medication is still full of myths.
Meditation Can Help ADD
Research is beginning to show that meditation may be able to help alleviate the symptoms of ADD. This article will explore one type of meditation that I have found useful in dealing with the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder in my life.
Meditation Outdoors Helps ADD Stress
Day after day the unrelenting stress of life can pressure us. When you have ADD, this type of stress can increase distractibility. What can you do? Take a deep breath and step away from your daily routine. Meditate in the outdoors! Lose your stress and find the clarity of mind that helps symptoms.
Meltdowns and Children with ADD
They used to be called temper tantrums. Now, they’re called meltdowns. What can you do if your child with Attention Deficit Disorder skips right past angry and into a full-blown rage? What actions can you take to either avert the meltdown or help your child regain control more quickly?
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