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Strategies for Combating Rumination When You Have ADHD

Rumination is when an adult with ADHD gets focused on a thought and can’t shift away from it. There maybe some days when an adult with ADHD feels calm and in control and then a thought will pop up that seems to stick. Maybe the person can’t stop thinking about how someone reacted to you…
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Chronic Lateness in Adults with ADHD: Be On Time Today!

One of the biggest complaints of adults with ADHD is persistently being late. Being late for work may cause you to lose your job, being late for a family function may cause embarrassment and/or not picking up your children from school on time may create guilt. No matter how many times you have tried to…
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6 Ways To Conquer Housework for Adults with ADHD

Cleaning the house and trying to keep on top of all the housework can be very overwhelming for an adult with ADHD. In this week’s blog I want to look at how to create a cleaning schedule that is ADHD friendly. A cleaning schedule won’t add hassle or stress to you or the people in your…
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5 Ways to Stop Procrastinating with Adult ADHD

If you are an Adult with ADHD is it most likely you are a procrastinator.  Adults with ADHD tend to put off paying monthly bills to doing housework. Adults with ADHD procrastinate out of fear or they find the task boring or mundane. For whatever the reason, these strategies can help you overcome what you…
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