As we head into the holiday season beginning with Thanksgiving in the United States next week, this is typically a time to express gratitude for all that we have. This year, let’s also focus on being thankful for all that we are. Children and adults … Continue reading ADHD and Self-Acceptance: The Importance of Being Thankful for All That You Are
Dear Dr. Saline, I’m a 26 year old man with ADHD. I’ve always found the holiday season overwhelming, but especially the last couple years since I moved away from home. The travel, gift planning, and non-stop parties leave me exhausted. I know it’s important to … Continue reading Ask Dr. Saline: How Do I Set Myself Up for Success This Holiday Season?
3 Powerful Ways Kids With ADHD Can Stand Up To Bullies Impulse control, emotional regulation, and difficulties with social interactions can unpredictably impact their behavior. To respond to bullying effectively, kids with ADHD benefit from working on The 3 R’s: Recognition, Response, and Resilience. Read … Continue reading 3 Powerful Ways Kids With ADHD Can Stand Up To Bullies
Compare & Despair: Social Media & Mental Health Concerns in Teens with ADHD New research points to a link between use of social media and mental health risks among adolescents, who generally want to be accepted, popular, and well-liked. When teens with ADHD fall into … Continue reading Compare & Despair: Social Media & Mental Health Concerns in Teens with ADHD
I-Team: What’s leading to ADHD drug shortage? A sharp increase in ADHD diagnoses during the pandemic has led to a nationwide medication shortage that is impacting families here in western Massachusetts. The shortage is forcing pharmacists to get creative with dosing and parents to scramble … Continue reading I-Team: What’s leading to ADHD drug shortage?
“The Unspoken Truths of Postpartum Depression: Help for Women With and Without ADHD” [Video Replay & Podcast #470] Pregnancy and childbirth are life-altering events, and it is not uncommon for postpartum mood disturbances to impact the mental health of new mothers. Studies suggest that ADHD … Continue reading The Unspoken Truths of Postpartum Depression: Help for Women With and Without ADHD
ADHD and The Imposter Syndrome: Fighting the Feeling that You Are Never Enough Does this scenario resonate with you? THEM: What a bang-up job you did in the meeting today! So smart the way you handled that. YOU: Oh, it was just luck that I … Continue reading ADHD and The Imposter Syndrome: Fighting the Feeling that You Are Never Enough
How Alabama Residents can Support Each Other Through ADHD Medication Shortage Alabama is still experiencing a shortage in medicine used to treat one of the most common neuro-developmental disorders. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is a common condition that is shown through inattention, hyperactivity … Continue reading How Alabama Residents can Support Each Other Through ADHD Medication Shortage
Are Your Kid’s Meltdowns a Sign of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria? If you’ve noticed that your child is exhibiting sudden emotional outbursts, crying, or even aggressive behavior when they feel rejected or criticized—often leading to social isolation—it’s possible that they are affected by Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria … Continue reading Are Your Kid’s Meltdowns a Sign of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?