We need strategies to deal with our ADD ADHD problems, but what if it doesn’t have to be a problem in the first place? Sometimes it’s our attitude or our assumptions that make something into a problem. Tom has a great approach, check it out –
Bonus Rant of the Day:
” – it is clear that the days of the country doctor who meets all of his or her patients’ needs are long gone, and in the modern era, the health care system comprises a large team of various primary care and specialist doctors, as well as an assortment of various other professionals. Although this heath care team is, ideally, all very impressive, in reality it is a mess. There is usually little effective communication between different providers, and the various treatments prescribed occur independently of and, at times, at odds with one another.”
book review by Robert J. Borland MD Am. Journal of Psychiatry, 3/1/2014
– so true!
Not about ADHD ADD exactly but I couldn’t refrain from sharing it.
My new mantra:
Tom’s post reminds me of my new mantra-“Does it really matter?” This has been saving me a lot of irritation and frustration.
Quote o the Day:
“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”
― Wayne W. Dyer