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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…

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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…

A moment of shame

Shame is something that many of us have felt at one point or another. It’s an emotion, and as humans, we’re pretty much all programmed…

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