Author: Ally Martin

The Dreaded “E” Word – An Interview with Jeff Copper on Exercise and ADHD

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Jeff Copper, attention coach owner of Dig Coaching and host of Attention Talk Radio,  about the impact exercise has on ADHD symptoms and how ADHD adults can move from, “I know I need to exercise” to actually doing it. What are some of the benefits of exercise […]

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Adult ADHD: There’s an App for That

Life isn’t easy for adults with ADHD. While there isn’t a magic solution, more tools are at our fingertips than ever before. Name a problem and chances are, “There’s an app for that!” Here’s three apps to check out now! Storylines by ADDA ADDA has its own app! Made specifically for adults with ADHD, ADDA […]

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Laurie Dupar Hosting the ADHD Telesummit

In just a few weeks, Laurie Dupar will host the fifth annual Succeed With ADHD Telesummit, an assembly of nearly two dozen ADHD experts for a five-day series of talks. The summit will be a culmination of months of planning, scheduling, marketing and web design. How does someone with ADHD handle all this detail? Laurie’s […]

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Coaches’ Corner: ADHD, Mind-wandering and Meta-Awareness: What the Research Says

“My son’s teachers tell me he spends too much of the time daydreaming in class.” “I try to do the reading for my college classes, but so often my mind just wanders.” “I am having some trouble at work because my mind keeps wandering during meetings and I can’t participate effectively.” If you have ADHD, […]

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Alan Brown is Still Crushing It!

Alan Brown is a white hat brain hacker. It’s not just for computers anymore. Ever heard of it? Brown wants you to learn more. Alan Brown, creator of ADD Crusher™ (www.addcrusher.com) and successful ADHD coach, has reached thousands all over the world with his prolific series of fun, innovative videos that provide interactive lessons on […]

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Six Secrets to a Happy ADHD Relationship

You can have a happy ADHD marriage. Read that again, you probably don’t hear it often enough. The statistics are scary and at times you might not believe it’s possible to make a marriage work with ADHD in the mix. You fight too much. Your house is a mess. You can’t find your keys. You’re […]

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Coaches’ Corner: Boredom, an ADHDer’s Greatest Enemy

When we are bored, it can be difficult to muster up the energy and motivation to get anything accomplished. To make matters worse, the bored ADHD mind desperately seeks out stimulation, which can lead to impulsive behavior or getting stuck in negative thinking patterns. In short, boredom often leads to trouble. The ADHD brain seeks […]

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