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The following blog was written by Dr. Ned Hallowell, Attitude Magazine – Fall, 2016, Self Esteem: “Harshest Critic”  “One of the biggest challenges facing people with ADHD is maintaining a positive self-view. We adults are usually hyper-critical of ourselves. We magnify our sins and shortcomings, and minimize our virtues and achievements. We believe that the positives […]

ADHD, Coaching

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

ADHD / Executive Function Coaching for High School and College Students – School and its accompanying expectations can sometimes become a tremendous burden for students. The time commitments, strenuous course loads, and concerns about the next step, be it college or vocation, can take their toll on both the student and their family. For students […]

ADHD, Coaching

ADHD / Executive Function Coaching

“Attitude to Action” is my daily mantra, title of my monthly e-newsletter, and a keynote presentation.  Why?  Because I’m a firm believer of taking action, accepting responsibility for one’s own choices, being accountable for our choices, and seeing the glass half full.  Am I an optimist?  You bet!  Regardless of the circumstances, I choose to […]

ADHD, Organizing

What does Attitude to Action mean?