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Who Do You Tell About Your ADHD - Business

BusinessDarkIn the first article on this topic we established that the golden rule is that no one beyond immediate family, but with exceptions needs to know about your ADHD.

In business that same rule must be adhered to. The consequences can be career long, and may even result in a career change.

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Love Lesson From A Child, Her Dog, And The Postman

AbbeyOldGoing through my archives I came across a wonderful story of kindness in action.

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Who Do You Tell About Your ADHD - Family

HappyFamilySizedWho should know about your condition? How far beyond immediate family and close friends should knowledge of your condition be spread?

As with many things ADHD, the answer is “it depends.”

The golden rule is immediate family only, with exceptions. I will set out guidelines to those exceptions. No two families are the same, and that applies especially to ADDers of all ages.

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Statistics Provide A Changing Picture

CrowdHave you ever thought that ADHD has become an epidemic?

I often hear people say that there simply too many children being diagnosed with the condition.

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She Got It From Her Father

MomReadSizedWe were sitting in the sunset-filled lounge of a new client who lived in one of those delightful Karoo towns in the middle of South Africa.

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A New Name For An Old Condition Or A New Condition?

Perplexed Smiley Face 800pxFor the last few years some of the most respected names in ADHD have been talking about a new condition, or just a new name for an old condition.  Either way they chose one of the most abhorrent names possible - Sluggish Cognitive Tempo!  

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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of ADD

SherlockI have been listening to the audiobooks of Sherlock Holmes and it inspired a little bit of detective work of my own, writes Kevin Ashton. Herewith I present: “Sherlock Holmes and the Case of ADD”

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