The latest medical news on ADHD

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ADHD Parenting blogs

“It’s as if he’s walking on a balancing beam, and I’m using all my energy to stay by his side in case he needs me to hold him steady. Now, he’s dri...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“A problem for a lot of us with ADHD is the cost involved in our short-lived obsessions. The two kayaks I bought last summer — and proceeded to use...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“No matter how bad my mental health got, I clung to the idea that I needed to be the smartest. If I couldn’t have friends, I would have a perfect G...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“I’d be so distracted by the neon notebooks and glittery binders while back-to-school shopping that I’d return home with a planner for myself (but ...

ADHD Parenting blogs

The power of nature to promote well-being and even reduce ADHD symptoms is confirmed by research. The magnetic pull of green (and blue) spaces on o...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“My neurodivergent kids give me complete creative freedom over how I teach. It’s like I’m working on a psychological puzzle, searching for one last...

ADHD Parenting blogs

"Even if these concerns are unfounded, it is endlessly frustrating that I’m on edge and can’t expect privacy in this area after the Supreme Court’s...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“I am not saying that this high-pressure hosing hyperfixation is finished forever. (I would still totally be up for starting a hose-based art movem...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“I was in the middle of researching why women die when I found out that the U.S. Supreme Court had overturned Roe v. Wade.”

ADHD Parenting blogs

“Sometimes our procrastination takes the form of magical thinking, where we imagine that we did a task we hadn’t. I’m often surprised when I notice...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“The suggested solutions for ending a pregnancy were dangerous. Only impulsive girls prone to risk-taking would attempt them. I picked one and foll...

ADHD Parenting blogs

“At age 75, I am now able to silence the negative voices of the past — the teachers who said I didn’t apply myself, and, most significantly, my own...