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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…

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…

My struggles

I’ll admit that this week hasn’t quite been the easiest. I have struggled. It has been hard. But these challenges and struggles haven’t been some…

Happiness. Anger. Sadness. Content. Emotions. We all have them. It’s all part of being human. No matter who we are, we will have feelings. From…

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