ADHD Hack: How To Breakthrough The Shame And Focus
If you have ADHD you are probably familiar with The ADHD Productivity Shame Cycle. In today's post, I will be giving you hacks on how to break the cycle!
The ADHD-Dopamine Link: Why You Crave Sugar and Carbs
Mainstream weight-loss plans don't work for us. ADHD brains lack and crave dopamine, which sugar and carbs deliver in spades (or rolls, as the case may be). To get healthy, we first have to get wise — and crafty. Here's how to lose weight the ADD way.
How to Organize Your Mind to be Productive
ADHD and anxiety make it hard to be get things done. Here's how to stop feeling overwhelmed and be more productive! #ADHD #ADHDwomen #adhdproblems #ADHDstrategies #executivefunction #productivity #beproductive
A Parent's Guide on How To Discipline a Child with Autism
This post has been a long time in the making as it's something that I struggled with for quite some time. And it's something that I'd like to expand on in the future. Until then,
A to do list system that actually works for ADHD brains
To-do lists make a lot of sense but so often they cause more overwhelm and exhaustion than they seem to be worth. The bucket system is a simple, effective, and energy-saving system that can give your ADHD brain the benefit of to-do lists without the headaches.
Struggling knowing how to parent your ADHD child? This article will fill you with clarity and give you ideas that require no punishments or rewards. Read about how I put Ross Greene's CPS method into action and learned how to parent my ADHD child.
Ted Talks to Teach Executive Functioning Skills – Engaging and Effective Teaching
Executive functioning skills are key for our students to find success in the classroom and throughout their lives. EF skills include working memory, time management, organization, task initiation, emotional control, planning/prioritizing, and sustained persistence (note: these categories vary depending on which EF resource you are reading). Executive functioning skills don't always fall into a curriculum, ...
Helping a Child with Negative Self-Talk - AT: Parenting Survival for All Ages
Do you have a kid with negative self-talk who beats themselves up? Learn how to parent a negative child and teach them how to believe in themselves.
The Daily To Do List System for ADHD Brains
The ADHD brain responds aggressively to stimulation. If it triggers our neurotransmitters, we will follow it — and often that means starting tasks but never finishing them, losing track of time, and working on what interests us — not what is most important. Use this daily to do list system (and lots of practice) to remedy these common challenges.
Why Do I Procrastinate?
Why do you procrastinate? The problem is not poor time management. Procrastination stems from weak self-regulation of emotions and moods, which is a problem common in people with ADHD. But you can turn intentions into actions by finding your procrastination personality type and following these strategies.
ADHD and coping with rejection
Trouble with managing emotions and self-esteem can make coping with rejection especially hard for kids with ADHD. There are ways to help your child get better at coping with rejection.
How to Talk to Your Child About Slow Processing Speed
Slow processing speed can be hard for kids to understand. Get tips for explaining the challenges to your child while focusing on his strengths.
ADHD Exercise Motivation
The definitive guide on how to find your workout motivation when you're really a couch potato. Practical fitness tips from a fellow reformed sofa spud.
How to Discipline Your ADHD Child Without Losing Your Temper
Are you frustrated with your kid with ADHD? These 7 simple tips will help you learn how to discipline your adhd child without losing your temper.