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  • 5 Tips to Combat With ADHD

    5 Tips to Combat With ADHD

    With an increasing number of our youths suffering ADHD, stress syndromes, unemployment, depression, drug use, crime and higher rates of youth suicide than ever before, today’s parents and teachers are finding their roles more and more difficult. According to renowned family relationships specialist, Marguerite Clancy, there are no overnight solutions for issues such as ADHD,…

  • Adult Attention Deficit Disorder  (ADD) is Worrying

    Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is Worrying

    Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is usually identifiable in early stages of childhood. There are instances when the disorder continues until adulthood if treatment is not prompt or effective. This is known as Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (AADD). The impact of AADD is severe compared to ADD because as an adult, coping strategies are required to…

  • Adult ADHD and Fear: Why We Procrastinate

    Adult ADHD and Fear: Why We Procrastinate

    One of the things people with Adult ADHD symptoms really struggle with is procrastination. And procrastination really comes out of fear. What kind of fear? There are two main fears people with Adult ADHD symptoms face when they try to start a big project. 1. How do I know I’m choosing the right thing to…

  • ADHD Treatments to Know

    ADHD Treatments to Know

    ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and it is a chronic condition that can have a great impact on a child if a child does not get help, or if the right ADHD treatment is not prescribed. Some of the most common symptoms of ADHD are impulsivity, inappropriate behavior, and hyperactivity. These children have…

  • What’s Not ADHD?

    What’s Not ADHD?

    Let’s look at five behavioral issues which are not ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder). While these difficulties may be found along with ADHD, it doesn’t mean that they are symptoms of ADHD. The five problems we’ll discuss are Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behavior, Learning Disabilities, and Sensory Integration Disorder. Please believe me – I don’t want…