Author: Duane Gordon

Living Life Misunderstood

by Kenny Francisco I am not sure how to tell this story. It’s difficult. At times, it’s sad, it’s happy, it’s scary. But it is always FRUSTRATING!!!!!!!!!!! My name is […]

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Everything I Know About Self-Advocacy, I Learned from Willie

By Laura K. Champion My name is Laura and I have ADHD. I’m a chaotic mess of underestimated brilliance. My ADHD allows me to think outside the box. It helps […]

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I Have ADHD. I Am Not Less

by Anonymous I have ADHD. That does not mean my ideas are less important or my actions are less right.  I am not less. Is ADHD a disability? Yes, though […]

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An ADHD-Friendly Way to Lose Weight? Yes!

By Linda Williams Swanson Imagine if you set goals of gaining weight and living an unhealthy lifestyle. If those were your goals, you do the things I did for several […]

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Marriage Uncomplicated. Is It Possible?

Joyce Kubik and Robin Nordmeyer A marriage is a precious union. But when one spouse or partner struggles with ADHD, they both struggle with ADHD. Research shows us that when […]

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It’s Not About Willpower

by Diane McLean At 53, my life started to make sense. Overwhelmed, anxious, and error prone, I felt completely inept. Then I was diagnosed with ADHD. I was also diagnosed […]

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Marcella’s Journey Continues

by Marcella Lowry As a child, I went to a local center for the developmentally disabled. I wasn’t disabled, but I knew I was different. Doctors knew I was extremely […]

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The ADHD Life Adventure

By Janet L. Schmidt Jim Brown, aka pen name, James Phoenix says “I’m an old guy now” but, this old guy has founded dozens of companies. He estimates about half […]

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Persistence and Resilience Pay Off with ADHD

By Janet L. Schmidt Abigail Wurf was diagnosed with ADHD when she was 30 years old while attending graduate school.  She was aware of some learning disabilities at the time.  […]

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Don’t Throw the Baby Out with the Bath

By Renee Sanger-Albert In our family, ADHD is like an heirloom, passing through the generations. Both my parents were ADHD. It’s a miracle I survived my upbringing. Let me tell […]

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