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Understanding ADHD

Learning from Apologies

Apologies are an invaluable treatment tool. Sure, the experience of being held accountable and needing to apologize can be painful. Once you learn to appreciate their value to your development, however, apologies provide an opportunity to reflect, empathize, and plan for change.  Ever heard of “failing forward?” A good apology is the key to tapping …

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It gets worse!

This is part three of our Following Through series.  The first two parts covered three major obstacles that prevent us from doing what we say: overcommitment, forgetfulness and distraction. In the final part, we’ll introduce a few more obstacles and wrap things up with a miraculous technique for actually doing what you say. Procrastination Procrastination …

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woman with anxiety & panic

Recognize Anxiety & Panic

Anxiety and panic are different. For example, panic attacks can strike without apparent warning, while anxiety can often be linked to explicit triggers and build gradually. Despite these differences, they share similar characteristics; feeling like you have no control, you are behind, and overwhelmed by consequences. How can we detect these negative feelings in order …

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ADHD Test: Self-Screening

Do I have ADHD? The symptoms of ADHD can be experienced by anyone, but those with a diagnosable condition experience them with greater regularity and severity. For atypicals, the symptoms of ADHD have a noticeable impact on our daily lives. Therefore treatment can be beneficial for everyone, but atypicals will experience more noticeable improvements. For …

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ADHD: Getting Started

Despite working constantly, we often feel like we’re not making sufficient progress. We’re stressed and overwhelmed by emotions, which leads to missed opportunities, troubled relationships, and negative feelings like self-loathing and regret. Disappointments and negative feelings become familiar.  People with attention-related conditions feel wound up all the time and struggle with certain skills. You might …

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