Have you ever wanted to go back and talk to your teenage self? Alissa writes a heartfelt letter to her ADHD 16-year-old self that will touch your heart and ring lots of bells.
Marc gives us three essential things you should avoid saying to an ADHDer to maintain a healthy relationship.
The assumption that kids with ADHD are doing okay is a dangerous one to make. Sandra discusses why intervention is essential to stave off problems in adulthood.
Alissa discusses the lead up to her formal ADHD diagnosis including childhood, college, and work years.
What role does hyperfocus play in your life? Did you know that hyperfocus has an ON/OFF switch? The ability to hyperfocus is one of the biggest strengths found in ADHD; however, it can be a drawback when you’re unable to ...
You don’t need to be a superparent this holiday season. Keep it together for you and your neurodivergent kids with these fab tips from Sandra.
To give yourself a break and not put too many expectations on yourself is sage advice at any time of the year, but over the holiday period, it takes on a whole next level.
Sensory sensitivities can make it difficult for those with a neurodivergent condition to enjoy the holiday period. In this post, Wickie points out the ups and downsides of having sensory issues at Christmas time.
Neurodivergent kids with more than one condition are often tricky to help. Sandra draws upon her extensive background in education to discuss why it’s important for parents and teachers to work together to ‘crack the code’ before true progress can ...
Alyssa explains how identifying her anxiety symptoms has helped her with her ADHD - Includes some useful tips on how you can allow your anxiety to guide you in more helpful ways.
Have you ever tried dating when you have multiple Neurodivergent conditions to balance out? Wickie gives us a brilliant metaphor for her attempts to date with both ADHD and Bipolar 2.
Do you have a BFRB? Stacia confesses that of all her comorbid conditions, her obsessive-compulsive, excoriation (skin-picking) disorder is what causes the most self-loathing.
Megan considers ADHD to be her superpower! Here she discusses the positive sides to her diagnosis. Do you agree?
Is the modern-day push for executive functioning skills destroying our creativity levels? Neurodivergent activist, Marta Rose, examines the evidence.
Are you trying to navigate the current school system with a neurodivergent child? Sandra draws upon her background in education to discuss her ADHD son’s strengths and how the current school system isn’t meeting expectations.
ADHD brains are not broken! Megan discusses why ADHD brains are simply different, with society trying to force them into the same bucket as other types of brains.