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Make sure your ADHD kids know this! I love this it's so true they are very smart!

This is me. This is why I can't sleep at night. This is why sometimes in a conversation I go off on tangents. Be patient. I'm working through it as I have been my entire life.

ADHD is a neurological condition. It is the PHYSICAL construction of the brain; whether you are a child, or an adult, it will always affect the executive functioning of your brain. You do not outgrow it. It is not a bad habit, nor is it only for kids.

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Written by a neuroscientist who has studied ADHD, a clinician who has diagnosed and treated it for 30 years, and a special educator who sees it daily, The Energetic Brain provides comprehensive information on how the ADHD brain works and shows how to harness its potential for success. It distills the latest research findings and provides practical strategies for managing ADHD—and thriving—at school, at work, and at home, from childhood through adulthood.

ADHD...its this how Women's brains work since we are always multitasking!!!

The more I learn about the brain, the more possibilities I see for bettering myself and the world around me.

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ADHD strategies...wish I had known this 10 years ago when we found out the boy has ADHD!!!---Great tips! I am glad more and more people recognize this isn't a behavior problem or a bad parenting issue.

If you think of your smartphone as a "mini-brain," you can quickly see how essential it can be for improving focus and helping with memory. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of yours. #ExecutiveFunction #ExecutiveFunctioning

Checklist for ADD/ADHD in Boys - "Boys tend to be more hyperactive while girls like to daydream. This is because the structure of the male brain is different – not better, not worse, just unique. When it comes to boys and girls with learning disabilities, the variance in brain structure and processing will lead to different skill sets and symptoms. See blog entry, 'Do Boys Learn Differently from Girls? Learning Differences & ADHD.'