Adult Attention Deficit Disorder is real. According to AdultADD.Info, Adult ADD is a nervous system disorder characterized by difficulties with "executive" functions. These include attention, planning, concentration, managing time and tasks, maintaining focus, and making thoughtful decisions.
Being a mom is the most amazing job in the world. A mom will sacrifice everything to ensure that her family is safe, happy, and healthy. Everyday mom's are working full-time jobs, picking up the kids at daycare, fixing dinner, helping with homework, and on a good day, getting a full five-and-a-half hours of sleep. These daily tasks are overwhelming for the average person. Now, add ADD in the factor and many mom's can feel a sense of complete "shutdown."
Check out my article "Mommy Has Adult ADD: Real Help for a Real Disorder" to learn about possible strategies and suggestions to help you communicate and positively interact with others.
Marina Lumsden is a full-time mother of a 18-month-old son and works for the state of Minnesota as a Guardian Ad Litem. She is very passionate about researching Children's
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