Topic for July

There are quite a few things that ADHDers struggle with. If you’ve been reading my blog, or have ADHD, this is goes without saying. We are human beings and our struggles are mostly related to ADHD. This month, I want to discuss a topic that I have written about before, although not recently and haven’t…

What About the Moms?

Many countries celebrate and recognizes Mother’s Day. In Canada (where live), like in many other countries, we celebrate this day on the second Sunday of May. This year, Mother’s Day was celebrated on the 8th of May.  So, for that reason, this month’s blog posts will focus on all the mothers out there, who have…

ADHD and Emotional Toll

Whether the individual is diagnosed as a child or adult, ADHD can still take an emotional toll. And not always a good one.  Due to our brain works, how we behave, and such, it can be quite easy to understand and see why we may feel these things. Although everyone can feel these emotions, ADHDers…

Regulating Emotions

As I mentioned in last week’s post, kids and adults with ADHD tend to feel their emotions more intensely. It can be so nice, when we’re feeling happiness, grateful, and accomplished, just to name a few.  However, this is just as true for the less pleasant emotions, like anger, sadness, frustrations, etc. When we’re feeling…

Trouble with Emotions?

Certain aspects of ADHD are fairly well understood and are common knowledge. For instance, many people know that inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsivity are symptoms of ADHD. These are some of the struggles we face. However, there are other aspects of ADHD that aren’t as well known or understood. Some aren’t discussed as much as others….

Some Final Thoughts

ADHD affects women and girls in various different ways. It also doesn’t look quite the same in women as it does in men. For a long time, women with ADHD were often overlooked. This is mostly due to the fact that most still think of the hyperactive boys. This isn’t the case. It is certainly…