Understanding Adult ADHD Adult ADHD can wreak havoc on one’s life. It can hurt your marriage, career, and relationships with others as well as yourself.
Lose the Winter Blues It’s that time of year, winter is dragging on and what a winter it has been. I know I shouldn’t complain. I live in Atlanta and we don’t usually have horrible winter weather. Well, this year has been an exception. I appreciate the fact that much of the United States […]
Loving Yourself When I was in college one of my favorite bands was (and still is) the Indigo Girls. I sang one line often those years (“I spent four years prostrate to the higher mind, got my paper and I was free.”) I knew all the lyrics, but didn’t give much thought to their meaning.
A Fresh Start Nothing changes if nothing changes. If you want to make a change in the direction your life is taking, now, as the year is beginning, is a great time to start fresh. But, wait a minute – what are you starting? Do you need to start over from scratch? Starting from […]
Being Present For most of my life I would write New Year’s resolutions or goals for the entire year. I would start this process in December so I was ready to tackle everything on January 1st. I would design a colorful poster board where I could focus daily and be inspired. How wonderful that I […]
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? During the fall and winter months, some people suffer from symptoms of depression that can appear gradually or come on all at once. The symptoms often dissipate as spring arrives and stay in remission through the summer months. For some people, this is a sign that they suffer from […]
Just Because You Want to Enjoy the Season The Holidays are a great time to examine the “Just Because’s”! No matter if you celebrate Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza or Winter Solstice, you more than likely have been a victim to this.
The holidays can be a very stressful time of year and it is very common that people feel anxious, stress, and even depressed around the holiday season. It can also be especially difficult if there has been a recent divorce, death in the family or other difficult hardship. So, here are 10 tips to help you flow through the holiday season more easily.
Obsessions, Compulsions and Life with an Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder “Everything is so neat all the time; you are so compulsive.” “I never see a piece of paper out of place on your desk, you are obsessed with organization.” You may have made similar statements to someone or someone may have made them about you. What you […]
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Adult ADD Organizing The days fly by and you feel as if nothing is getting accomplished. You want to get more done, but you lack planning skills, you can’t remember what needs to be done and it is difficult to prioritize. You miss deadlines. Most especially you take more time than needed to start or […]
There are many different causes for disorganization. Often, people who were previously organized find it difficult to maintain their systems when they’re in some type of emotional distress. My guest blogger this week has some helpful advice for those who may be struggling with anger or resentment.