ADHD and managing your time

The whacky ADHD tendency towards time distortion was recently explained to me. In an ADDitude article, William Dodson claims, “The ADHD world is curvilinear. Past, present, and future are never separate and distinct. Everything is now.” Maybe you can relate. Have you ever gone into a store looking for a few things, only to leave […]

ADD, Neurofeedback, and How I Finished Taxes Early

One year I did my taxes early. Most people wouldn’t find this statement of interest or abnormal in any way. To those of us with depression, ADD and what I call the consequent anxiety; that was quite remarkable! How on earth did that happen?! A few years ago, I began Neurofeedback (NF) therapy. Although I wasn’t […]