Author: Tellman H Knudson

What Makes You ADHD?

Have you noticed how many people don’t believe in ADHD? They say that ADHD kids have parents who don’t have a clue about discipline because they probably never had any themselves. Others think that teachers have turned soft and can’t control their classes anymore. While some point to the evil white sugar. It has to be all those things that makes ADHD kids so hyper, right? Absolutely no. Another theory is that you had a head injury or that you were dropped on your head as an infant. OK, then why is it that a majority of people with...

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Myths About Adult ADD

If you have adult ADD or ADHD, you’ve probably heard it all, and because it was only around 30 years ago that professional started to recognize that attention deficit doesn’t always go away, you may never have been properly diagnosed. Oh, well…you still have adult ADD. So, let’s discuss some of the reasons why or why not your attention deficit came to be: 1. Hyper people are the only ones with ADD Not true. Even if you’re as calm as an azure sky, you may still have attention deficit in one form or another. Three of the subtypes are...

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Adult ADD: Focus Ideas, Complete A Plan

How does the ADD brain process ideas? For most people, ADD shows up in early childhood. You’re sitting in the car and start asking questions of whomever is driving. “Are we there yet?” “What makes the car run?” “Why do the clouds move?” and on and on, until you get some answers! ADD can be a blessing and a curse. When you are asking that many questions (unless you happen to have a parent, guardian, or teacher in your life, who really understands how your ADD brain works), this behavior is usually interpreted as “obnoxious.” I was the ADD...

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Adult ADD: Motivational Focus – Keystone In A Happy Life

We’re in an informational age. Information is more available now than there’s ever been in the world. More will be available tomorrow. Unless the entire Internet crashes, I predict that’s going to continue for a long time. So, the question isn’t, “How many opportunities are there?” or “What is the best opportunity?” because there’s no such thing. There’ll be a better opportunity tomorrow than the one you’re working on today. When you have ADD, It’s a blessing and a curse. When technology evolves at the speed of light and things are evolving full-tilt, we’re moving at rocket speeds, too....

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