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Celebrate Your ADHD Life

“Your ADHD life is to be celebrated, not lamented. You should feel free to laugh at your silly self, but never to have disdain for yourself. And if your parent or sibling or spouse is an ADDer, look to the things in their ADHD life you can both celebrate.”  -
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One Weird Trick to Stop Procrastinating

This Simple Brain Hack Frees You to Stop Procrastinating and Get Stuff DONE.   You’ve seen those online ads: “One weird trick to lose 20lbs!” “Try this weird trick for 6-pack abs!” Total BS, no doubt. But there is a no-doubt, no-BS trick for busting out of procrastination prison. And it works for even
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European Tour 2015: Workshops and Presentations March 6-18

ADD Crusher™ Workshops and Presentations, Europe 2015 My European speaking tour is March 6-18. If you’re in the UK or Netherlands please check out these dates (more dates/cities are being set) in chronological order. For more details on each, follow the links… Amsterdam, 6 March: ADD Crusher™ Seminar This is a two-hour multi-media, live coaching workshop
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Not-So-Obvious ADHD Time Management Hacks – Part 2

“The one thing we ADHDers never have enough of is time. So one thing we should never be doing is…wasting it!” -Crusher [TWEET THIS] A while back I posted a blog with some less-than-typical ADHD time management hacks. I talked about the time-saving benefits of popping protein, reeling in rumination and rewiring
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Negative Self-Talk: Extreme Edition 2.0!

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about Impostor Syndrome, the “extreme edition” of negative self-talk. Officially, it’s defined as the “psychological phenomenon in which…despite external evidence of their competence, people remain convinced that they are frauds and don’t deserve the success they’ve achieved” – per Wikipedia. The blog post
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Avoid These 3 ADHD Holiday Blunders

Ah the holidays – the warmth of family and friends, the spectacle of football on the big TV, wine glasses and silverware clinking as everyone digs into a bountiful meal…all with a deep sense of gratitude for all our blessings. Ya. Aaaaaand…the quibbling leading to emotional outbursts, out-of-control kids screaming and
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ADHD Negative Self-Talk: Extreme Edition!

I’m a loser. A failure. A... Some of the most brilliant and successful people in the world think they’re a fraud. Some 40% of successful people, by one estimate. Probably higher for our particular tribe – however we measure our success. Recently read a New York Times story about Amy Cuddy, the
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