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Beware These Sneaky Energy Vampires

Beware These Sneaky Energy Vampires

By Alan P. Brown

Awareness—and a few actions—will help you counter those things that drain or consume your fuel tank each day.

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Flipping The Script

Flipping the Script on ADHD: Find Your Strength in the Workplace

By Michelle Raz, MEd

Many people have found careers they love that are different than those said to be “right” for someone with ADHD.

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ADHD 365: Managing Finances with ADHD

Podcast Review

Why do people with ADHD struggle with money management? And how can their romantic partners or family members support their efforts to achieve their financial goals?

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ADHD 365: Mothers and ADHD: Permit Yourself to Breathe

Podcast Review

Women with ADHD who are mothers often face challenges in their everyday lives. For these moms, daily life becomes even more difficult when they struggle with procrastination, feeling overwhelmed, and being disorganized as well as distracted. Terry Matlen discusses strategies for coping as a woman and a mother with ADHD.

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Telemedicine Changes for ADHD Following End of Health Emergency

ADHD Weekly

Many people who have been receiving telehealth care for ADHD and other mental health conditions will have to work with their providers to meet new regulations for treatment and stimulant prescriptions.

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Symptoms 101: An Overview of Comprehensive Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

Ask the Expert Webinar Series

Janina Elbert Maschke, PhD, will explore the symptoms of ADHD during this webinar and how they manifest in individuals across the lifespan. A clinical psychologist and ADHD coach, she will discuss the criteria used to diagnose ADHD and the importance of a comprehensive evaluation process.

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Enough Is Enough: The Adult ADHD Guide to Saying No

By Marie S. Paxson

Do you agree to do things and feel resentful later? Do you “go along to get along” all too often? This happens to everyone occasionally. For adults with ADHD, saying no can be a challenge.

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Worried and Preoccupied? You Can Reduce Anxiety and Live More Confidently

By Sharon Saline, PsyD

Here are five steps you can take to change your relationship to anxiety and reduce negative thinking.

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CHADD’s NRC Library Shines During National Library Week

ADHD Weekly

Both CHADD members and the public benefit from the library’s vast resources of information on ADHD and current research on a variety of topics.

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ADHD 365: Coping with Change

Podcast Review

ADHD and executive function impairments can make it difficult to deal with life transitions. What can people with ADHD do to help them process and embrace changing circumstances, and how can an ADHD coach help?

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Live in Harmony: Tips for Understanding a Partner with ADHD

CHADD Webinars

When your partner has ADHD and you don’t, you may misunderstand each other’s points of view. This can be a breeding ground for all sorts of miscommunication, leading to disagreements, arguments, and hurt feelings. Learn what you can do to increase positive interactions, help your partner with ADHD to be more aware of your needs, and find a common ground.

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Managing ADHD Can Begin with Stress Awareness

ADHD Weekly

April brings a special focus on the stress in our lives and how it can affect ADHD symptoms and our health.

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Trends in Stimulant Prescription Fills Among Commercially Insured Children and Adults

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A new CDC report shows a greater than 10% increase in stimulant prescriptions for adults in first year of COVID-19 pandemic. This sharp increase highlights the need for ADHD clinical practice guidelines to address diagnosis and treatment in adults. The CDC works with its partners, including CHADD and its National Resource Center on ADHD, to build public health capacity to promote optimal health and development for people with ADHD. The CDC is exploring opportunities to fill gaps in knowledge of ADHD in adults, including additional studies of healthcare claims to answer questions not addressed in the current report and using national survey data to explore the relationship between adult ADHD and other health conditions, health risks, and protective factors.

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Why can't I Do This?

Why Can’t I Do This? ADHD and Overwhelming Emotions

By Kay Axtell, MA, SCAC

Awareness of stress and its origins can help you determine what to do with it.

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The Rethink Stress Program

By Mark Katz, PhD 

Your mindset can affect the impact of stress on your health, productivity, and well-being.

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#ADHD2022 Conference Sample: Women, Executive Function, and Emotional Labor

Podcast Review

A professional organizer examines the connection between women, emotional labor, and executive function.

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Women in Midlife and ADHD

ADHD 365

Women not diagnosed with ADHD until adulthood are more likely to suffer from depressive symptoms, anxiety, sleep disorders, eating disorders, substance use, and low self-esteem. In this episode, Dr. Carol Robbins provides an understanding of the challenges women face in midlife with ADHD.

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Frenzied, Frazzled and Overwhelmed: The Interaction of Hormones and ADHD in Women in Midlife

CHADD Webinars

Many women approaching menopause experience hormone changes that can fuel underlying ADHD, which can make milder forms of ADHD less manageable. These women are left wondering why they now feel so overwhelmed and like the are “losing it.” They worry about early onset Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss. It’s ADHD squared—the combined effect of low estrogen plus low dopamine.

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Women’s History Month and ADHD

ADHD Weekly

ADHD affects women and girls but research in the past often excluded them. During Women’s History Month, it’s important to recognize the researchers who are increasing our understanding and finding better ways to improve the lives of women and girls.

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Anxiety, Perfectionism, and ADHD

CHADD Webinar Highlights

When you think about ADHD, perfectionism may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but many describe adults with ADHD as being perfectionists. This webinar will help you better understand why you put an enormous amount of time and energy into trying to be perfect. Learn ways to get unstuck and move forward with confidence.

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Bias About ADHD Leaves Many Women with a Late Diagnosis

ADHD Weekly

Why do so many women receive a diagnosis for another mental health condition long before being accurately diagnosed with ADHD? We asked an expert on adult ADHD.

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Inattentive Women with ADHD

By Kathleen G. Nadeau, PhD

Much remains to be done to teach the mental health community—and the world—to better understand the very real challenges women with ADHD face and how best to help them reduce stress and live calmer, more satisfying lives.

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If Not Now, When? ADHD in Women of a Certain Age

By Linda Swanson, MA, PCC, PCAC

It's never too late to learn about yourself. You can even retell your history with a more accurate, compassionate understanding.

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Women's History Podcast Playlist

Women and Girls with ADHD Podcast Playlist and Resources

ADHD 365 Podcasts

“Break the Bias” has been the theme for Women’s History Month 2022, and toward that end, CHADD offers a variety of resources.

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Resources For Women and Girls with ADHD

Women's History Month

Updated resources on ADHD and support for women and girls.

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How the Gender Gap Leaves Girls and Women Undertreated for ADHD

ADHD Weekly

Girls with ADHD often go undiagnosed until adulthood, while boys with ADHD are often prescribed stimulant medications earlier than girls, researchers have found. The gender gap in diagnosis and treatment frequently leaves girls and women floundering. As a result, girls often struggle with their ADHD symptoms longer than boys do before receiving a diagnosis and treatment.

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Black History Month Playlist: ADHD and Black Culture

Podcast Review

CHADD’s ADHD and Black Culture playlist focuses on awareness among African Americans about ADHD and related health challenges. Podcasts selected provide information to educators, healthcare providers, and other professionals about the challenges and concerns Black Americans who have ADHD contend with on a regular basis.

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Living Black with Undiagnosed and Untreated ADHD

Major Brandi Walker, PhD, interviewed by Melvin Bogard, MA

How do we encourage conversation about mental health issues and educate culturally insensitive educators and healthcare providers?

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Healthcare Disparities and ADHD

Healthcare Disparities and ADHD

By Allison Gornik, PhD, and Rod Salgado, PhD

By coming to a shared understanding, caregivers, providers, and advocates can continue working collectively to reduce barriers to ADHD diagnosis and disparities in treatment.

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Awkward in Social Situations?

Awkward in Social Situations?

By Caroline Maguire, M. Ed, ACCG, PCC

A social skills coach offers tips for those challenged by discomfort or anxiety when it’s time to socialize.

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How to Build and Maintain New Habits

How to Build and Maintain New Habits

By Ellen Delap

Try these strategies to help you make just one small daily lifestyle change at a time, and then repeat it until it becomes automatic.

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A Fresh Start for the New Year

ADHD Weekly

Big changes are not needed to kick off 2023, just a few little habits.

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Finding Your Holiday Spirit Through Self-Care

By Ellen Delap

Whatever your joy of the season, be sure to add your own well-being to your calendar.

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The Twelve Days of ADHD

By Linda Williams Swanson, MA, PCC, PCAC

Classic lyrics with a creative twist… the ADHD advocacy gift of the year.

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Angels & Demons

By Br. Jim Woodrum, SSJE

Now three years into his life-changing ADHD diagnosis, he’s discovering new things about himself that he’d never known before.

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ADHD Story Telling

Comics That Educate and Validate

By Mark Katz, PhD

Sometimes the best way to educate others about a disability, disorder, or difference is through humor and simplicity.

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Awards Presented at #ADHD2022

Attention

CHADD continued its tradition of honoring outstanding service and dedication to the ADHD community during the Annual International Conference on ADHD held in Dallas, Texas, from November 17-19, 2022.

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Awardees

Excellence in Emerging ADHD Researchers

By Rachel James, MSLIS, Catrina Calub, PhD, and Courtney Zulauf-McCurdy

Learn about the selection process for the 2022 Young Scientist Research Awards, and then read summaries by the recipients of their groundbreaking ADHD research.

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How to Build and Maintain New Habits

How to Build and Maintain New Habits

By Ellen Delap

Consistency is so hard! These strategies will help you make just one small daily lifestyle change at a time, and then repeat it until it becomes automatic.

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How to Say the Right Thing at the Right Time

By Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC

Have a history of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time? Try these tips to tame that tendency.

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Connecting in Dallas #ADHD2022

ADHD Weekly

The ADHD community meets this weekend—in Dallas and online—in a truly global hybrid gathering.

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Where Does ADHD Come From?

Where Does ADHD Come From?

By Joel Nigg, PhD

Some people have more ADHD-related traits than other people do. How do we understand the involvement of genes and the involvement of environmental factors together?

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Meditation and Adult ADHD

Meditation and Adult ADHD

By Adam Coutts

A longtime meditation teacher who has ADHD shares how the practice can improve life skills and happiness and shares tips to help you get started.

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Getting What I Need

Getting What I Need

By Sarah Frank

For years she considered You Can’t Always Get What You Want the song of her life. Addressing her ADHD, particularly her distractibility, made all the difference.

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Webinar: ADHD and Toxic Relationships

CHADD Webinars

Learn how to protect yourself from people who don’t have your best interests in mind. In this webinar, you can learn how to identify a toxic relationship and why people with ADHD are at higher risk of experiencing abuse.

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Our Shared Experience: ADHD Awareness Month

ADHD Weekly

ADHD Awareness Month focuses on what the members of the ADHD community have in common and celebrates the uniqueness of the individual person.

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ADHD on TikTok

By Jami Demuth

Social media videos often share misleading content about ADHD. Some ADHD experts are joining in to spread facts and effective strategies.

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Flipping The Script

Flipping the Script on ADHD

By Michelle Raz, MEd

Find your strengths in the workplace and dispel the myths along your path.

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CHADD Announces New Chief Executive Officer

The ADHD Blog

CHADD’s board of directors has selected Laurie Kulikosky to provide leadership for the foremost ADHD organization for families and adults.

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Webinar: Hormones and ADHD in Women in Midlife

CHADD Webinars

Many women approaching menopause experience hormone changes that can fuel underlying ADHD, which can make milder forms of ADHD less manageable. This presentation will help participants understand the effect hormones have on ADHD symptoms and learn strategies to optimize brain functioning, and make lifestyle changes to improve their overall well-being.

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Podcast: ADHD and the Struggle with Suicidal Ideation

All things ADHD

Talking about suicide, suicidal ideation, and self-harm with a loved can be challenging. Dr. Roberto Olivardia discusses the risk factors in children and adults who have ADHD, and preventive measures you can take to help someone you think may be considering self-harm or suicide.

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Interoceptive Awareness and ADHD

By Roberto Olivardia, PhD

Often more externally oriented, people with ADHD can be unaware of important internal cues that are essential to healthy functioning.

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Your Keys to a Happier ADHD Relationship

By Ari Tuckman, PsyD, CST

Most of us aspire to a relationship of working with our partner. So how do we get there?

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Small Talk Is Painful

By Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC

While it can be an Achilles heel for adults with ADHD, making chit-chat is a critical life skill and the foundation for all friendships.

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Why can't I Do This?

When Emotions Overwhelm You

By Kay Axtell, MA, SCAC

Emotional intelligence and self-regulation can pay off for adults with ADHD when confronting intense feelings.

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Pesticides Could Play a Role for Some People with ADHD

ADHD Weekly

Are pesticides a factor in the development of ADHD in some children? Research shows strong evidence but no firm conclusions.

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Podcasts for National Minority Mental Health Month

Podcast Review

July is National Minority Mental Health Month. We have collected podcasts that address mental health concerns in diverse communities.

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Young Scientist Awardees Announced

CHADD Young Scientist Award

CHADD’s annual award program recipients are researching preschool ADHD interventions and attention control.

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Will ADHD Symptoms Improve with Marijuana Use?

By L. Eugene Arnold, MD, MEd, and Margaret Sibley, PhD

Two experts consider the anecdotes, the evidence, and the current state of the research.

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Try a Goal-Oriented Summer

By Abigail Levrini, PhD

Summer grants you a perfect time frame to accomplish things you can’t focus on during the rest of the busy year.

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Breezing Into Summer with ADHD

By Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW

Transitions—even good ones—are difficult for adults with ADHD. Here are some ways to smooth your way into easy-living season.

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There’s STRENGTH IN CONNECTION, However You Connect

Annual International Conference on ADHD

The largest ADHD gathering of the year will be a hybrid event. What does that mean?

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Busy Puppy? Researchers Describe ADHD in Dogs

ADHD Weekly

Dogs and people seem to share similar behaviors that could be symptoms of ADHD. Researchers are exploring canine ADHD to better understand ADHD in humans.

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Men’s Health Month Promotes Awareness, Prevention, Education, and Family

ADHD Weekly

ADHD affects all parts of a man’s life, including his health and well-being. Managing ADHD is an important part of a man’s responsibility to himself and those who care about him.

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I Can’t Stop Thinking About It

By Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC

These five daily strategies can help you deal with negative and intrusive thoughts.

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Keeping Organized Goes Beyond a Task List

By Carey A. Heller, PsyD, and Jeff Copper, PCC, PCAC, MBA

Visual working memory, self-regulation, and advocacy play important roles in team organization, especially for adults with ADHD.

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Adult to Adult Free Course: Navigating College with ADHD

CHADD Education Programs

College is dramatically different than high school, with increased academic demands, differences in teaching methods and grading procedures, and less available accommodations and supports.

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Men: Treat ADHD to Improve Your Health

ADHD Weekly

ADHD symptoms easily get in the way of wellness. So, how can men keep themselves healthy and while also addressing ADHD? Two experts in ADHD and men’s health weigh in.

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Executive Function Issues and ADHD

Executive Function Issues and ADHD

By Carey A. Heller, PsyD, and Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD

As the awareness of executive functions has migrated from the scientific arena into popular discussion, so has confusion about what the term means. Let’s clear that up.

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Where Can Adults with ADHD Find the Best Treatment?

By Oren W. Mason, MD

Here’s what to consider when choosing the right type of specialist to help you manage your symptoms.

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Eight Ways to Stop Taking Things So Personally

Stop Taking Things So Personally

By Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC

Since our brains are hardwired to protect us from danger, we tend to focus on the negative stories we tell ourselves.

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Could a Body Double Help You Increase Your Productivity?

ADHD Weekly

Having company while you work could help you stay on task and offer immediate accountability.

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Will ADHD Symptoms Improve with Marijuana Use?

All Things ADHD Podcasts

People report that marijuana use helps improve their ADHD symptoms. But does it really help? Or does it mask a person’s ability to care about their problems rather than work to solve them? What are the benefits and downsides to using marijuana if you have ADHD? CHADD's resident expert Dr. Gene Arnold and guest Dr. Maggie Sibley discuss the research on the therapeutic role of marijuana, the potential downside of using unregulated drugs to help with ADHD symptoms, and why more research is needed.

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April is Stress Awareness Month: Playlist

Podcast Review

CHADD has complied podcasts and other resources that offer strategies and skills to help you and your loved ones manage stress and make it easier to live with ADHD.

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ADHD and the “Just Right” Relationship

ADHD 365 Podcasts

The symptoms of ADHD can have profound effects on intimate relationships. Even though ADHD is present, it doesn’t mean that the person with ADHD is the sole cause of problems. Transforming your relationship starts with both partners understanding the role that ADHD plays and nondefensive listening. Melissa Orlov provides tools to help couples create a responsive relationship that feels “just right” for both individuals.

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Frenzied, Frazzled, and Overwhelmed: The Interaction of Hormones and ADHD in Women in Midlife

By Carol Ann Robbins, PhD

Physicians often fail to recognize the underlying neurological condition at the root of the distress these women experience.

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Inattentive Women with ADHD

By Kathleen G. Nadeau, PhD

There are as many variations on this presentation of ADHD as there are women who have it.

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Stimming and Fidgeting Helps Some People with ADHD to Pay Attention

ADHD Weekly

Some children and adults find that repetitive behaviors can help them have a sense of both calmness and focus. Often, they’re doing these behaviors without realizing it.

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ADHD and the Effects of COVID-19 on Health and Education

ADHD Weekly

Researchers are learning more about how the pandemic has affected the health and education of people who have ADHD.

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Will ADHD Symptoms Improve with Marijuana Use?

All Things ADHD Podcast Series

People report that marijuana use helps improve their ADHD symptoms. But does it really help? Or does it mask a person’s ability to care about their problems rather than work to solve them?

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Improving Social Executive Function Skills | A webinar for parents

Ask the Expert Webinar Series

Ryan Wexelblatt will provide parents with an understanding of how to help build social executive function skills in their children.

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Everyone has a better life than I do

ADHD Weekly

Social media can help you connect with friends and other people who have similar interests; it's an easy forum to share the highlights of your life. Yet for many women who are struggling with ADHD symptoms social media adds another layer of stress.

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I’m Pregnant. Should I Still Take My Meds?

ADHD Weekly

When you find out you’re pregnant—particularly if it’s unexpected—the next few months are filled with questions. You’ll be on the receiving end of many suggestions about how best to take care of yourself and your developing baby.

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Women Often Diagnosed with ADHD Later In Life

ADHD Weekly

Can an adult be diagnosed with ADHD even though she didn’t have symptoms of the disorder in childhood or adolescence? There is growing evidence that ADHD is emerging for the first time in adulthood for some people.

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Planning or Hoping for a Pregnancy? Talk About Medication with Your Doctor

ADHD Weekly

Medication during pregnancy is discouraged. Women who are considering pregnancy need to know the risks and benefits of medication and their options to continue treatment.

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Routines for Times of Uncertainty

Routines for Times of Uncertainty

By Carey A. Heller, PsyD

Coping during the ongoing global pandemic requires flexibility, and individuals with ADHD will find that routines actually help them to adjust and function successfully.

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ADHD in the African American Community

Black History Month

During Black History Month and beyond, CHADD aims to increase understanding, dialogue, and access to resources. Read more about the organization’s efforts and outreach

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African Americans, ADHD, and Dysregulated Eating: What's Going On?

All Things ADHD Podcast

This month CHADD focuses on improving the lives of Black Americans who have ADHD and their families by highlighting information and resources that address their needs.

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Improving the Health and Wellness of Black Americans with ADHD

ADHD Weekly

This month CHADD focuses on improving the lives of Black Americans who have ADHD and their families by highlighting information and resources that address their needs.

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Black Adults Who Live with ADHD

Black Adults Who Live with ADHD

Melvin Bogard, MA, interviews Napoleon B. Higgins, Jr., MD

Cultural concerns need to be addressed for Black adults to receive proper evaluation and effective treatment for ADHD.

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5 Essential Ways to Have a Balanced and Healthy Relationship with Your Partner | Thriving with Adult ADHD

CHADD Webinars

Sharing a relationship with a partner who has ADHD can be very fun and exciting—especially in the beginning. As time moves on and the relationship starts to grow, there are times where you may feel alone, overburdened, unheard, and unimportant as a result of your partner’s ADHD symptoms. That’s when the relationship becomes difficult or can even end.

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Beyond Black History Month: Addressing Barriers in ADHD Care for People of Color

The ADHD Blog

In honor of Black History Month, CHADD focuses on the importance of cultural awareness and competency in diagnosing, treating, and caring for Black children and adults with ADHD.

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Myths About ADHD Can Cause Our Early Deaths

Myths About ADHD Can Cause Our Early Deaths

By Cynthia Hammer, MSW

The seven most harmful myths about ADHD prevent identification, diagnosis, and treatment during childhood.

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Your Lifestyle Will Determine Your Future

By Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD, and Kathleen Nadeau, PhD

Takeaways from the keynote address by Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, at the 2020 Virtual International Conference on ADHD highlight the path to satisfying, functional, and healthy living for adults with ADHD.

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Pursuing Your Passion or Purpose When You Have ADHD

ADHD Weekly

ADHD symptoms don’t have to prevent you from following your passion or purpose where it leads.

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ADHD Benefits in the Workplace

ADHD Weekly

There are times when ADHD symptoms can help you in your career. A strengths-based approach to treatment can help your talents shine.

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Podcast Highlight: ADHD and Working from Home

All Things ADHD Podcast

During the past two years, many people have found themselves working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Just like you, many people have been trying to adjust to this different way of working, either for the first time ever or for a long period of time.

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Find Your Theme or Dream for the Year

ADHD Weekly

Resolutions are hard to keep, especially for those with ADHD. Instead, set a theme or a goal to guide you through 2022.

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Prioritize Your Sleep for Good Health

ADHD Weekly

Missing out on a night’s rest not only leaves you feeling sleepy, but it can also make your ADHD symptoms much worse.

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Webinar: Live in the Present, Don’t Dwell on Your Past Mistakes

CHADD Webinars

Dr. Arthur Robin will outline the major domains of daily life and give examples of the kinds of mistakes in these domains that adults with ADHD dwell on, and illustrate how to translate these mistakes into reasonable goals for change in the present. He will suggest cognitive strategies they can use to build a more positive present and future.

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Webinar: Live in Harmony—Tips for Understanding a Partner with ADHD

CHADD Webinars

When your partner has ADHD and you don’t, you may misunderstand each other’s point of view. Learn what you can do to increase positive interactions, help your partner with ADHD to be more aware of your needs, and find a common ground.

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Coping with Sensory Overload

Coping with Sensory Overload

By Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC

For people with ADHD of all ages, overstimulation amid social situations can be painful and problematic—especially during the holidays. Five strategies can help them stay connected.

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New Research Shows ADHD Symptoms Can Go Up and Down

By Margaret Sibley, PhD

What does this mean for individuals with ADHD and their treatment providers?

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Who Are the Social Media Influencers Reducing ADHD Stigma?

ADHD Weekly

Who are you following on social media? Popular influencers can help to shape your understanding of ADHD.

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