Adults with ADHD often struggle with chronic procrastination. Understanding how and why you procrastinate is key to creating a personal coping strategy.
Editor’s Note: This month we are pleased to publish a guest post by Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D. Nationally recognized psychologist, Kathleen G. Nadeau, Ph.D., has many years helping children, teens and adults to … Read More
A special thanks to Edge Foundation Executive Director, Robert Tudisco for inspiring this article. Robert was an adult when he received his ADHD diagnosis. Since that time he tackled his ADHD head-on … Read More
Do you find yourself distracted whenever you turn on your computer? Going online is especially distracting for everyone – not just people who have ADHD. Email, social media, online games, banking and blog feeds are all appropriate uses of online time. But they can also keep you from focusing on more difficult computer uses like researching and writing papers. Here some low-tech tips for keeping your priorities in mind and using your time wisely.
Everyone procrastinates. Everyone. Sometimes there are good reasons to – it allows your subconscious to solve a problem, for example. Sometimes the reasons aren’t so good – it’s not so fun to … Read More
Editor’s note: This month our guest blogger, Kelsey Peterson, started out writing a column about procrastination, but ended with a column about being superwoman. Our guess is that the two things are … Read More