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Power of Positive Reinforcement for ADHD Youth

Power of Positive Reinforcement for ADHD Youth

The power of positive psychology (positive thinking) has been well documented. We all know that positive thinking, while not likely to solve all of your ills, will help you generally feel better on a day-to-day basis. However, we can’t control what our children think...
Mindful Living With ADHD: Practical Strategies for Beginners

Mindful Living With ADHD: Practical Strategies for Beginners

Living with ADHD can sometimes feel like navigating a chaotic storm of thoughts and impulses. The constant barrage of distractions can make it challenging to find a sense of calm and focus in everyday life. Amidst this turbulence, various holistic practices can help...
Overcoming The Later Lie: 3 Key Steps To Help You Minimize Procrastination

Overcoming The Later Lie: 3 Key Steps To Help You Minimize Procrastination

Truth be told, we all procrastinate!  Not just folks with ADHD.   In some scenarios, procrastination can be a good thing. Having more time to consider or think through how an action plays out can have benefits. With ADHD, leaving a task until it’s more urgent...
What if Goblin Mode is Right for You?

What if Goblin Mode is Right for You?

I wanted to share a brilliant story of one of my clients, let’s call her Hannah. Hannah noticed that whenever she needed to write a quarterly report for work, she’d start only three days before it was due and had to turn on “Goblin Mode” to get it done. Goblin Mode is...
My ADHD Brain Knows That Time Is A Big Ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey… Stuff

My ADHD Brain Knows That Time Is A Big Ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey… Stuff

Time. For some people, it is natural, concrete, and predictable. For me (and for Doctor Who), however, it is abstract and nebulous, racing by during one activity while slowing to a halt on another activity. You may have heard of “time blindness” – a short-hand term...