Women & ADHD

The Devil Is In the Details

I was diagnosed with ADHD at 36 years old, not long after our 7-year-old son was diagnosed. Although surprised, I didn’t see it as a problem as I had easily taken advantage of my ADHD strengths and was very successful as an entrepreneur. I have always been really great at working with other people and […]

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Learn How Your Child Learns to Ease Transitions

Rachel is a 33-year-old parent with ADHD. Her 13-year-old daughter who is starting eighth grade this school year also has ADHD. Having grown up with ADHD, Rachel aware of what it takes to motivate herself and has helped her daughter learn strategies for coping with ADHD as well. Rachel noticed her daughter struggling in school, […]

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Message from the Editor: You Can’t Say No to Sari Solden’s New Videos!

Are you someone who gets excited about a lot of things and ends up taking on too much, only to realize it the day before something is due? That happens a lot to people with ADHD who are often interested in a lot of different things, have great ideas and even better intentions, but can […]

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Ask Sari: What kind of professional should I look for to diagnose ADHD?

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Ask Sari….about ADHD and estrogen

Estrogen levels effect ADHD and our brains. What are your suggestions to cope when our stimulant meds don’t work when estrogen levels bottom out right before our cycle starts?

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Ask Sari…..about late in life ADHD diagnosis

I’m an adult female, recently diagnosed with ADHD – Predominantly Inattentive Type at the age of 55. Have you run across a lot of scenarios where women weren’t diagnosed until later in life because they (and their doctors) attributed their ups and downs throughout their life to hormones? In my case, I was put on […]

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Ask Sari…about how to encourage a young adult who might have ADHD

How do you approach and encourage a young adult with undiagnosed ADHD symptoms to get on board with those of us who understands the mysteries of the behaviors, without being too pushy?

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Ask Sari… about Memory Challenges

I’ve always felt “different” and not as intelligent as my peers. My memory is awful and I can’t seem to put information I learn into a permanent mental memory folder sort of speak. Do others have this problem? I’ve noticed some improvement with medication that I started 3 months ago. Is there anything else I […]

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