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Just diagnosed with ADHD. How do I tell my family?

Q: I was just diagnosed with Inattentive-type ADHD back in December 2019, as a 45-year old woman.  I haven’t told my parents yet as our relationship isn’t the greatest though at the end of the day, though we are very different in our political beliefs, etc. we are still family. I’ve just learned I can’t […]

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How do ADHD Coaches help?

Q: I’ve been hearing a lot recently about ADD Coaches and redirecting the stigma of having to change our habits to be more neurotypical. How do ADD Coaches help someone with ADD use the tools that they’re already programmed with to their benefit? I think** I understand your question. You’ll have to tell me if […]

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In trouble at school…

Q: I am 16 years old and I want a diagnosis for ADHD. I display a lot of the symptoms and my teachers have also told me I should get this checked out. I always had a feeling that my behavour was a bit odd from the age around 11-12. My friends have also asked […]

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ADHD and Estrogen

Q: I had a hysterectomy about 14 years ago and was on estrogen and did well on it. For various reasons that I don’t have time to go into, I was taken off the estrogen. I soon developed ADHD symptoms along with anxiety and depression. I take Vyvanse and a low dose of Effexor. These […]

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Rena-Fi newly launched MasterMind groups

As a Rena-Fi subscriber, you get access to our newly launched MasterMind groups. They let a group share collective experience and wisdom in order to help each other solve problems together and keep each person accountable to achieve the goals they set for themselves. This new feature was the brainchild of Rena-Fi’s CEO and CHADD’s […]

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Rena-Fi, Inc. Launches 18-week ADHD-Friendly Personal Finance Course this January

Rena-Fi, Inc., an online behavioral finance platform, is excited to announce their new course coming in January. The course “ADHD-Friendly Personal Finance” will be split over an eighteen-week period and cover the areas in which most ADHDers struggle when it comes to personal finance, money management, and behavioral patterns holding them back. The Rena-Fi team […]

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Is this ADHD?

Q: I am 40 and all my life I have struggled with organising myself – retaining information.  If I’m asked to do 3 things, generally I do the first thing (possibly not completing it) and completely forgetting about the others. I can not stop my foot from tapping constantly or twitching. My head is always […]

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TADD 2019 – Discussing and Dispelling ADHD Myths

We’ve got an excellent “TADD” Talk for you today! As part of ADHD Awareness Month and our special activities, ADDA has created TADD Talks, where we’ll be Talking about ADD every day the entire month of October! In today’s TADD talk, Keith Griffin, discusses “Discussing and Dispelling ADHD Myths.” Enjoy! And if you enjoyed today’s […]

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TADD 2019 – Time Management. Not For You? Think Again!

We’ve got an excellent “TADD” Talk for you today! As part of ADHD Awareness Month and our special activities, ADDA has created TADD Talks, where we’ll be Talking about ADD every day the entire month of October! In today’s TADD talk, Joyce Kubik, discusses “Time Management. Not For You? Think Again!” Enjoy! And if you […]

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TADD 2019 – Hitting Rock Bottom: Lessons from a Journey Down & the Climb Back Up

We’ve got an excellent “TADD” Talk for you today! As part of ADHD Awareness Month and our special activities, ADDA has created TADD Talks, where we’ll be Talking about ADD every day the entire month of October! In today’s TADD talk, Kim Kensington, discusses “Hitting Rock Bottom: Lessons from a Journey Down & the Climb […]

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