Any ADDer worth his or her salt has heard of neurotransmitters – and has at least some inkling of what they do. And most of us might even be able to name one or two of the key neurotransmitters that come into play in our ADHD brains. But I bet
In a previous blog, I shared some interesting bits on meds that I theretofore just plain didn't know. Some of the facts hopefully flipped on a light bulb of insight for some readers, too. Now, I enter into an area where I DO know a good deal, cuz it's been
Today's Crusher blog is written by Shell Mendelson, MS, a career coach and counselor specializing in helping ADDers get out of their career ruts by following their passion. With over 20 years' experience in ADHD and career counseling and coaching, consider contacting her firstname.lastname@example.org and at www.passiontocareer.com.
As an ADDer, you've probably experienced some
Hmmm. ADD vs ADHD. Why do we hear people use both -- often interchangeably? ADD – which as you know, stands for attention deficit disorder – has long been the term associated with this condition that affects millions all around the world. But ADHD – which stands for attention deficit
Everyone – ADDer or not – can have difficulty focusing, sitting still, or completing a complex task. But when these problems are so pronounced and frequent that they impede one’s progress in school, career, relationships, etc., then they may be symptoms of ADHD.
Most often, ADHD symptoms first appear in early