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Marriage and ADHD/ADD

June 2, 2017

ADHD and Marriage    Marriage when one or both people have ADHD by Melissa Orlov     About Melissa Orlov Founder of ADHDmarriage.com, Melissa Orlov is a marriage consultant, a top expert in how ADHD affects relationships, and an award-winning author. She has been writing and speaking about the topic since 2007, researching it since…

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Preparing For a Job Interview When You Have ADD

May 19, 2017

25 tips in preparation for a job interview when you have ADD.

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It’s Almost Tax Time – Getting Your Financial Records in Order

April 1, 2017

Personal income tax is due in April, and getting your financial records ready in time is difficult, even for people without ADHD. To help you efficiently get through it all without feeling overwhelmed, think of the process of tax prep as a project with various tasks to complete throughout the month. Below are seven tasks you can create to help make reporting income tax a more feasible project to complete.

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How To Be More Productive When Working From Home

March 17, 2017

Suggestions on the best ways to get work done when working from your home.

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Connect with Your Children this Summer

March 7, 2017

  Connect with Your Children this Summer PARENTING FOR SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS (PARENTING)                                                               MHS Newsletter/Blog Post By Dr. Carolyn Greene, VA Mental Health Services…

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AD/HD Presentation to Human Resource Professionals

February 22, 2017

Many great and successful people in the past had AD/HD, such as Einstein and Churchill. By accommodating employees with AD/HD, many of them can thrive with tremendous success at work; thus, proving to be valuable assets to their workplace if given the proper opportunity.

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How to Politely Disagree, According to Science

February 13, 2017

How to Politely Disagree, According to Science by Michelle Kinder   After an election that was glaringly short on tolerance and compassion, it’s clear we need a new kind of public conversation, where we learn to reach beyond the comforts of people who already think like us, to listen and talk in new ways. This…

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The CDC’s Physician Office Visits for Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents Aged 4–17 Years: United States, 2012–2013

February 1, 2017

NCHS Data Brief ■ No. 269 ■ January 2017 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics   Physician Office Visits for Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents Aged 4–17 Years: United States, 2012–2013 Michael Albert, M.D., M.P.H., Pinyao Rui, M.P.H., and Jill J. Ashman,…

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ACCESS NYC Benefit Information

February 1, 2017

ACCESS NYC BENEFIT INFORMATION     ONE PLACE   ACCESS NYC is a free service that helps you find out if you may qualify for over 30 City, State and Federal benefit programs. You can apply online for certain programs through ACCESS NYC.   Find out if you are eligible and where to apply here:…

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Overcoming Job Stress

December 15, 2016

Ways to make work easier.

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