Not as Bad as it Seems

Most of us grew up hearing many messages from our families, school teachers or other kids that suggested we had a lot we should feel bad about; we heard about everything we did wrong and very little about what we did right. Our school work was covered with marks that...

Self-Correcting

Coaching has three distinct steps: ·         Learn how to address a topic or issue you want to change ·         Implement an effective approach or solution ·         Keep at it through the ups and downs of your life Using a system even when things are going well, or...

The Myth of Multitasking

I was recently asked to write an article on multitasking and wanted to share some of those insights with you. The take home message  – there is no such thing as multitasking, at least for your brain. The human brain, even yours, is not wired for...

Substance Abuse and ADHD

  If you are diagnosed with ADHD then you should know you are also at a higher risk for developing alcohol or other substance abuse problems. 52% of individuals who are diagnosed with ADD will have to deal with substance abuse during their lifetimes. In a study of...