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- Learning Not to Drown (guest post)February 12, 2017by Casey Dixon, ADHD Coach (http://www.dixonlifecoaching.com/live-well-adhd) My clients are creative and talented. They are adults with ADHD whose professional accomplishments humble me and shine like beacons in the darkness of “underachievement” that is typically associated with ADHD. They do things that parents would be super proud of, like run successful businesses, stand up in court for victims of crime, conduct large research studies on public health, care for patients in hospitals and […]
- A Gaining IdeaFebruary 7, 2017A wise Zen master once said that if you have a gaining idea in your meditation practice, you have a problem. Mindfulness is about being, although pop culture sells it as a way to become. You want to practice mindfulness to become better than you are. So, what is wrong with that? I once asked meditation teacher Lisa Ernst how she answers that question. She said, “I tell my students to leave their goals at the mat.” Your goals will get you to the mat, she explained, but once on the […]
- It Ain’t Urgent Till It’s UrgentJanuary 23, 2017Yogi Berra said, “It ain’t over till its over.” For those of us with ADHD, it ain’t urgent till it’s urgent. You may not have a normal experience of urgency until you are fast approaching a deadline. Like a cat who isn’t interested in a moth until it flies, you are unconcerned about a deadline until it is flying toward you. I once asked a bright seventeen-year-old with ADHD why she thought people like us don’t activate until pressed against a deadline. […]
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