Everyone has forgetful moments. Stress, being preoccupied, busyness, certain medications, and just having too much “on one’s plate” can lead to lapses in memory. It doesn’t mean you or your family member has ADHD. Any one or two symptoms do not constitute a diagnosis.
This blog series, 31 Days of ADHD, is not a diagnostic tool and doesn’t offer official medical advice. Rather, it offers some insights and anecdotes that can hopefully encourage, inspire, and comfort if you or someone you know has already been diagnosed with ADHD. If you can understand yourself or them a little better, you can learn to manage your time and life more efficiently and with less stress.
Below is a partial list of posts for the month. The order may change. The links will be activated one day at a time until Oct.31st and then remain active.
31 Days of ADHD!
Day 6: ADHD types of inattention
Day 7: No cookie cutter ADHD
Day 9: Managing ADHD – Make a List
Day 10: Managing ADHD – Get Organized!
Day 11: ADHD Foot in Mouth Syndrome
Day 12: A Place for Everything
Day 13: ADHD Planning and Goal Setting
Day 14: Slow Down, You Move Too Fast
Day 15: ADHD and Thinking of Others
Day 17: Do Your Best, Delegate the Rest
Day 18: Two is Better than One
Day 19: Learn to Listen
Day 20: ADHD and Medication
Day 21: ADHD and Brain Exercises
Day 22: ADHD and Procrastination
Day 23: 30 Days to a New ADHD You!
Day 28: The Devil is in the Details
Day 29: ADHD: Accentuate the Positive
Day 30: Moving to the Sunny Side of ADHD
Day 31: ADHD Suggested Resources
And for someone with ADHD, that’s pretty dang awesome!