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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Attention Deficit Disorder Site! These are the top ten articles that your Attention Deficit Disorder Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Reduce Anxiety from Attention Deficit Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder often comes accompanied by a heavy dose of anxiety. Would you like to reduce your anxiety without taking drugs that have unpleasant side-effects? Find out how mindfulness meditation can help tame those feelings of dread and doom brought on by anxiety!
2. ADD and Project Management at Work
People with ADD and executive function problems are sometimes worried that a project can turn into a disaster. Building structure within the project is essential. With careful planning and focused attention to detail, managing a project can be a way for the person with ADD to shine in the workplace.
3. Commanding Attention Book Review
With research as a basis for her practical suggestions, Tess Messer uses her book, Commanding Attention, to lead readers on a journey through up-to-date information about treatments and their efficacy for ADD/ADHD. I recommend this book for its helpful content, clear organization, and ease of use.
4. Gifts for Adults with ADD
Does buying a useful gift for that special somebody with Attention Deficit Disorder mean purchasing an organizer or a calendar? It doesn't have to! Get helpful gift ideas to bring pleasure to those friends and family members who have ADD.
5. Telling Relatives About a Child with ADD
When you have a child with hyperactivity, it seems that everybody is an expert on your child's behaviors. Strangers will stop you to give their opinions. An ADD/ADHD diagnosis brings some relief. Now you know what is happening and can address the issues. But what do you tell your relatives?
6. Maintaining Motivation with Adult ADD
How are you able to do something when you just don't feel like working on it? For many people with Attention Deficit Disorder, focus and motivation can be ongoing problems. Read what research has to say about rewards and motivation. Then, plan for success!
7. More Than 25 Activities for Kids with ADD
Kids with Attention Deficit Disorder dislike boredom. They will find ways to make their own fun, whether an adult thinks that the activity is fun, or not. Plan ways to help these creative kids enjoy the summer. Here are some ideas that allow kids to build on their strengths and that parents enjoy.
8. Safety Tips and Kids with ADD
How do you keep kids with Attention Deficit Disorder safe when they are on a school holiday? Lazy, unstructured days can be dangerous days for impulsive children. These safety tips can help all kids, especially those with ADD or ADHD, have a safer and more pleasant time out of school.
9. 101 Ways to Fight Boredom with ADD
How often do you feel bored? One of the hallmarks of adult Attention Deficit Disorder is a lack of tolerance for boredom. Just what is boredom? It depends on who you ask! However you define it, boredom is not your friend! Here are 101 ways to fight boredom, if you have Attention Deficit Disorder.
10. New Year’s Goal Plans and ADD
Do you make New Year's resolutions only to find them falling apart in less than a week? A resolution without a plan is just a dream that's doomed to fail. Learn to make effective plans that work for you and help you achieve your goals.
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