Tag Archives for ADHD
Here are a few ideas of pastimes and hobbies that can be great for ADD/ADHD:
With proper treatment and some effective strategies, you can help your child understand ADD/ADHD and build them a foundation of support for their later life.
For those with ADD/ADHD, university and college can be even stressful when many of their coping mechanisms are suddenly stripped away as they are on their own for the first time. Use these helpful tips to tackle your college experience with success!
There are some unique strengths that can come along with the ADD/ADHD package. Read more to discover the strengths that you might have:
ADD and ADHD can have a strong influence in romantic relationships. Here are a few strategies you can use to stop ADD from influencing your relationships.
If you’re living with ADD/ADHD, you might experience the common feeling of being misunderstood or misinterpreted. Here is a list of things people with ADD/ADHD wish others would say:
A support system is crucial when you’re dealing with ADD/ADHD. Use these 5 tips to build yourself a network to help you get through difficult times.
If your friends and loved ones are unfamiliar with ADD, you may find yourself needing to educate them on your symptoms and how you manage them. Here are some tips on how to explain ADD/ADHD to your friends and loved ones.
Dating, like any other social situation, can be extra stressful for people with ADD or ADHD. For any of you single readers out there, here are a few tips for dating with ADD/ADHD.
ADD and ADHD can present challenges in social situations. Here are some helpful strategies for how to manage ADD/ADHD in social situations.