ADHD and dopamine

Although science was never a subject I was really good at, dopamine and ADHD is something that I haven’t addressed before now and is something that I should discuss. So, here am I, ready to learn about it and share the information […]

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Self Love is Important

So, this week, I want to talk a little bit of self love. So many people struggle with their image of themselves and celebrating who they are. If you read my last post, you’ll know that it’s taking me a long time […]

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Acceptance

It’s taken me a while to accept who I am. To accept my strengths as well as my flaws. This week, I was thinking of this. I was thinking of myself, of my strengths, my flaws, things that I would like to […]

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Connecting with your emotions

Sometimes, dealing with your emotions isn’t always easy. When you have ADHD/ADD, it can pose some extra challenges. Like every human beings, children and adults with ADHD/ADD have so many different emotions. After all, we’re human too. We have feelings just like […]

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Goals for the year

Happy New Year! A new year and a new decade has started. It’s hard to believe that 2019 has come to an end. The time went by so quickly. Time does fly. Now that a new year is here, so many people […]

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Being a better cleaner

If you have ADHD, or know someone with ADHD, you all know how these individuals don’t like cleaning. It’s a task that I avoid as much as I can, and I’m sure I’m not the only one with ADHD who loves to […]

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Planning

Planning can be challenging and isn’t always something that we want to do. Yet, as adults, it is still something that we have to consider and thing about. There are so many things that require planning. We have to plan the amount […]

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Getting Ready for Christmas

There’s about a month before Christmas. Okay, well, maybe a little less than that, but you get my point. The countdown is going down to the holidays. A time when things can be stressful for a lot of people. Christmas has always […]

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Things I wish I was told when I was first diagnosed

I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was 12. My parents told me that I fell under the inattentive type. This meant that I had trouble focusing and remembering things. I’m sure they also explained that there was also the hyperactive type. […]

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Oh shoot! Where did the time go?

I know I’ve been very quiet the last few weeks, and I’m sad to see how little I’ve been able to post on this blog over the last few months. I feel like I’ve definitely neglected this blog, which was something I […]

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