Time Management Systems and Adult ADD / ADHD

Tara McGillicuddy welcomes back Dana Rayburn to ADHD Support Talk Radio. Tara and Dana will be discussing important issues related to Time Management Systems and Adult ADD / ADHD. Tara and Dana will also be talking about the ADHD GiveAway Event ( http://adhdgiveaway.com/) taking place from January 17th – February 17th.  ADHD Support Talk Radio host Tara McGillicuddy is an internationally recognized ADD / ADHD…

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Fast Minds Book Club

The Featured Book for January and February is Fast Minds: How to Thrive If You Have ADHD (Or Think You Might) by Craig Surman MD, Tim Bilkey MD and Karen Weintraub. Join the FREE Adult ADD / ADHD Book Club now to discuss this book.

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Tips and Suggestions for ADHD Support Talk Radio

Hello everybody! Many of you have been listening to me on ADHD Support Talk Radio. I’m sure some of you have noticed that I hadn’t recorded a show since July! That’s almost 3 months! I am planning on doing shows again on a regular basiss after the ADHD Awareness Expo is over!. I’m thinking about…

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Chat Times and Topics

I am in the process of scheduling chat times and topics. Which Adult ADD / ADHD related topics would you like to discuss? What days and times work best for you?

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Reminders and Alarms

As an adult with ADD / ADHD, what are your favorite programs, apps or tools for reminders and alarms? Which ones have you been the most successful using?  Do different ones help with with different areas of your life? Are there ones that help you get places on time while others help you with productivity?

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Gracie’s Story

I am a 15-year-old high school freshman. ADD has made my life hard and way too confusing. It does not help that I have Cyclothymia , a mood disorder kind of like Bi-Polar, i go through stages to deep deep black hole depression for no reason, flashes of anger and areas of calm in between.…

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Don’s Story

Through a sentence, or two hours into a date, I have always wanted to say or do something else. Inattention, brazen impulsiveness and rampant hyperactivity have all been detrimental for me to establish any long term relationship, or even friendships, with women. That is not to say that I haven’t developed close bonds with women…

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Elizabeth’s Story

I’m 22 and have never been diagnosed with ADHD but have always known that I was different than my friends. My mom once was told I was border line hyperactive but never looked more into it. Some time along the way of growing up it was thrown around that I was ADHD. In school I…

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Belinda’s Story

My name is Belinda and I am 45. I found out last March that I have ADHD and am slightly Bi-polar. As I have read all the stories I can see that this is real. I thought that I was stupid most of my whole life. People told me that I was dingy or that…

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Julie’s Story

I could not understand the cycles. I have so many interests and what I call “brief but intense enthusiasms,” so I’d get involved in a variety of projects (all good things). I’d take on too many responsibilities in each area–sometimes just because I was good at it and desperately needed to feel good about myself.…

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