The pencil tapping. The tock clicking. The faucet dripping. On a small scale, all these sounds seem trivial. But to an ADHD brain these sounds
Disclosure: I was gifted a copy of the book, Raising WILL, Suriving the Brilliance and Blues of ADHD by Katherine Quie, Ph.D. LP in exchange
Sometimes, Mothering the Storm (Lacyestelle.com) accepts informative, creative and helpful guest posts. This post is a guest post, submitted by Valentina Wilson. Thank you for
Here’s the cold hard truth about budgeting as an ADHD woman. We don’t. We don’t want to. If we don’t have to. If we can
5 Signs of ADHD in Women Six years ago, I sat across from my social working clinician Mother while she read this giant book titled
The best tools for adults with ADHD; especially ADHD moms. If you’re reading this article, there are a few things I could guess about you.
“My ADHD kid behaves at school but comes home and is a tyrant!” “How come my ADHD kid can behave for his teacher/coach/other parent but