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Dr. Hallowell’s Response to the NY Times Opinion Piece “Ritalin Gone Wrong” Regarding the opinion piece “Ritalin Gone Wrong” written by Alan Sroufe, Ph.D., (NY Times, Jan. 29, 2012): As is usually the case when the use of stimulant medications … Continue reading
Maximizing Strengths and Potential with
Structure, Encouragement, Accountability and Mindfulness. A Blog by Judi Jerome, LICSW, LADC, Life Skills Coach specializing in ADHD.
Ever been mad at yourself? Well it is time to laugh about it. Enjoy!
I would like to offer a sincere apology to all of my readers, followers, subscribers, fans, friends and ADDers for not publishing this blog for so many months. The illness and then loss of my mother and my special aunt … Continue reading
Monday morning, too many choices, too little caffeine. Stay focused and mindful to survive and stay on track. tea – black!
I have ADHD. I am going to take a weekend workshop titled "write a book in a weekend" with Donna Kozik and Suzanne Evans. I am excited because I have been trying to write 2 books for more years then … Continue reading
How is a person with ADHD like a race horse? Hopefully you have been to a racetrack or seen a horse race on TV. Often you will see a horse that comes out of the gate like a bat out … Continue reading
Quoted from http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=34704267273&ref=nf#/group.php?gid=34704267273: Facebook | The BridgeMaker "My two business’ keep me busy. My clients are moving forward. My cat is eating again after losing 3 lbs. The Autumn leaves in Vermont are worth dealing with the freezing cold. I … Continue reading
I keep trying to figure out how to make new pages (like this one), and be able to place what I want to on it and on my front 2 pages. I am like a bulldog with a chew toy. … Continue reading
Maximizing Strengths and Potential withStructure, Encouragement and Accountability Judi Jerome of MINDFULNESS MATTERS COACHING® is an ADD Coach who helps creative adults and young adults, professionals, small business owners, practitioners and graduate students living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to … Continue reading