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Feb 27, 2024

Tamara Rosier, Ph.D., highlights the behaviors linked to ADHD — procrastination, risk-taking, aiming for perfection, people-pleasing, etc. — that hold us back, and how to interrupt this self-defeating cycle with new habits that lift us up.

Self-Sabotage with ADHD: More Resources

Feb 20, 2024

Caregivers in the "sandwich generation" face added demands and stress when managing ADHD in themselves, their children, and their aging parents. Danna McDonald, RMFT-SQ, RSW, shares strategies to address these challenges.

Sandwich Generation Stress: More Resources

Jan 18, 2024

As Tracy Otsuka explains, typical approaches to getting things done often don’t work for ADHD brains. Learn how to recognize your strengths and use them to create customized strategies that resonate with who you already are.

New Year, New Habits: More Resources:

Jan 3, 2024

Jeanette Wasserstein, Ph.D., discusses the role of estrogen in cognition; cognitive changes during the menstrual cycle, perimenopause, and menopause; the impact of menopause on ADHD; and more about the challenges of hormone fluctuation during the life cycle.

More Resources on Hormones & ADHD

Jan 2, 2024

Exhaustion and anxiety are common byproducts of ADHD in females who are constantly juggling busy work and family schedules. Kate Moryoussef explains how to break the burnout cycle and harness self-awareness and self-compassion to live life on your terms.

More Resources on Preventing ADHD Burnout