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ADHD Done Differently Blog Posts


  • ADHD in Girls
    When most people think of ADHD, they often think of the hyperactive boy being disruptive, naughty, and rude. What they do not picture is the girl who is sitting quietly doing her work at her desk. *Disclaimer: This blog contains… Continue reading ADHD in Girls
  • SEEK HELP
    Content in this blog contains discussions of infertility, miscarriage, suicidal ideation, mental illness and mental health crisis, which some readers may find triggering. If you need support at any time, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Australia) at 1800-273-8255,… Continue reading SEEK HELP
  • Reframing ADHD
    I was listening to a podcast this week about how to raise children who know their purpose. It struck a chord with me and began ruminating about my three children: their talents, their dreams, their skills, and their personalities. My… Continue reading Reframing ADHD

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