• Book reviews

    Book Review: “A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD”

    This week, I want to discuss a book that I’ve read recently. The book is “A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD”, written by Sari Solden and Michelle Frank. Both authors have ADHD themselves and work with women who have ADHD as well. I ordered the book in October, but only started reading it last Friday, after finishing another book. I’ve been meaning to get my hands on a copy of the book for a while, as I was really interested in reading it. So, I finally started reading it, and really got into it. The book doesn’t focus on what ADHD is, treatments, and such. It doesn’t focus on…

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    Success as an ADHDer

    We all have struggles. We all go through difficult times. Some more than others, but it’s something that we all face at one point or another. It is a part of life and a part of being human. As ADHDers/ADDers, things are a little different. Not only do we struggle and go through difficult times like every neurotypical person does. But we also struggle with the little daily things. Because of how our brains work, ADHDers/ADDers tend to have a harder time with things that neurotypical people don’t and would most likely not have a problem. With all the struggles, it can be easy to feel defeated, overwhelmed, ashamed, worried,…

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    ADHD does have some positive aspects

    Lately, I have been looking more at the challenges that individuals with ADHD/ADD must face. However, there are some positive aspects to having ADHD/ADD. Yes, there are some positive things about it. The challenge with this is that the positives aren’t always easy to see or to find. However, hidden they may be, they are still there. I’ll admit that I do sometimes having a difficult time seeing the positive. Until about a year ago, I mainly saw and thought of the negative aspects of ADHD/ADD. Now, I do try to remember the positive aspects. It isn’t always easy for me, but I do try. So, here are some positive…