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Anxiety & ADHD

Because I have lived my entire life with until-recently-untreated ADHD, I have developed many coping mechanisms for my complete lack of memory. A few of these include: constantly striving to organize everything and minimize clutter/distractions to control my surroundings since I can’t … Continue reading

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Collective Unconscious Versus the Cell Phone Zombies

Last night, at my son’s yearly school fundraiser carnival, I was sitting on a bench while he played on a playground with 30+ other happy kids. I was completely in the moment, enjoying the pure joy on each child’s face … Continue reading

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Hitting is Bad… Mmmmm’kay?

    A friend of mine whom I consider extremely intelligent and respect recently shocked me when he posted a pro-spanking/paddling status on Facebook above an article about how parents are becoming increasingly angry and abusive to teachers (which I think is awful, because … Continue reading

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This is Why I Take So Many Facebook Breaks

  The Facebook Post by (my sweet friend ) L.J.:  “Recently I had a 30 min energy work session with a 9 year old diagnosed with ADHD. His mom just wrote me and said he reported better concentration for several … Continue reading

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