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Living with Adult ADHD
GETTING THINGS DONE
The ADHD Fix for Chronic Disorganization
33 Ways to Get Things Done—Consistently
What's the connection between ADHD and persistent, depleting disorder? Organizing guru Judith Kolberg suggests it’s a matter of perfectionism: We become frozen by worry that we'll never achieve perfect organization. But small changes CAN bring big improvements. | Start with these 33 strategies »
Bedtime Rituals to Calm Racing Minds and Fall Asleep Faster
Dos and Don'ts for Better Sleep
Dr. Dodson's bedtime rules: "That evening glass of wine isn’t easing you into better sleep; instead, drink..."
See all the ADHD sleep tips →
Hooked on Social Media? How to Break the Habit
Hooked on Social Media?
Real-life tips for kicking a serious social media habit — from distracting yourself with another activity to locking up screens at night.
Cutting down Internet usage →
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Putting My Strengths to Work
"Putting My Strengths to Work"
"I set strategic vision for my organization, but I also zone out in meetings and forget to send e-mails. What's the key to my success?"
Capitalize on your ADHD strengths →
You Don’t Want This ADDer for a Friend—or Do You?
"Signed, Your BFF with ADD"
"I will not remember birthday calls or get-well cards. I will also never judge you and will live and feel everything you tell me."
Better than a 'good' friend →
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Webinar on September 8: Life Stages of ADHD: Adults
FREE WEBINAR ON SEPT. 8
Life Stages of ADHD: Adults
Russell Barkley, Ph.D., outlines key risk factors and recommendations for diagnosis and treatment. Register »
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