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COVID-19: Too Much Time to Think

COVID-19: Too Much Time to Think

Slights, mistakes, embarrassments, accidents, catastrophes. Are these things flooding your mind? Is your self-esteem in the toilet? Have you stopped to ask yourself why? Here’s the reason — COVID-19 is...
Today I Love People Who Open Their Hearts

Today I Love People Who Open Their Hearts

Today I love people who open their hearts to others and accept them with an open mind allowing them the right to be who they are and waiting patiently for them to accept others....
My ADHD Inspired Life

My ADHD Inspired Life

There’s some things about my life that seem to be different from the lives of those I grew up with. And some of those differences are because I have ADHD....
Is There a Connection Between Sibling and Workplace Bullying?

Is There a Connection Between Sibling and Workplace Bullying?

This week’s guest author is Linda Crockett, an internationally recognized expert on workplace bullying. Linda and I connected over our mutual understanding that dysfunctional workplace dynamics often mirror dysfunctional family system dynamics and family scapegoating abuse....
How Do You Concentrate?

How Do You Concentrate?

This might seem like a silly question to ask. After all, it’s not like those of us with ADHD simply need someone to explain to us how concentrating works and then everything will be OK....
Maintaining Sanity while Working at Home with Kids

Maintaining Sanity while Working at Home with Kids

I have been talking with neighbors, friends, and friends of my adult kids to see how COVID-time has impacted working parents with children. Some parents love working from home. They...
Coping with Voices

Coping with Voices

Like a lot of people with schizophrenia, I hear voices. I fully understand that these voices are one of the symptoms of my schizoaffective brain disease. Usually I hear these...
New System Shown to Improve Early Diagnosis of Autism

New System Shown to Improve Early Diagnosis of Autism

Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine have developed a new system to screen and evaluate children for autism spectrum disorders. The primary care-driven system will be implemented statewide with...