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How To Maintain Connection in Relationships with ADHD

Relationships with ADHD can get interesting, to say the least. ADHD has many symptoms.  There’s procrastination. Losing things. Forgetting things. Getting distracted when you most want to pay attention. But for some of us, those aren’t the most frustrating symptoms. It is the up and down emotions, frustrations, and constant maintenance that relationships require. The…

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No Time To Confront Racism In Neurodiversity

It’s Black History Month, the one time per year where you would think talking about blackness wouldn’t be super controversial. But for some people, it’s an issue year ‘round. We talk about fragility all the time. What we don’t talk about as often is how many people are jealous when anyone besides them gets attention. …

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Trouble Spots In Your ADHD Relationship

Moment of honesty: ADHD relationship advice is usually not my thing. Mainly because I belong to every single ADHD FB group there is (well, almost) and there, unfortunately, seems to be a non-ADHD partner in every one of them. Saying that their partner is just making excuses. Implying that their mate is intentionally annoying them.…

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Give The Gift of Stability with ABLEnow

Hard at work in the office – many people who are disabled become self-employed to better care for themselves This post was sponsored by ABLEnow®. All opinions are my own. There is Christmas music chasing you all over the store. Everything smells like pinecones. People are flooding the local malls and it is impossible to…

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Time Blindness: Timely Advice For Dealing With It

Time blindness is a pain where a pill won’t reach. Seriously. There are many complexities in life, but few are as frustrating to the ADHD person as their relationship with time. I’m no different. Time rules our lives. Yet our neurodiverse brains slip in and out of time, treating it like the concept that it…

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You’ll Absolutely Love These Fidget Toys For ADHD

Fidget toys for ADHD are an absolute godsend. It’s funny because nobody knows anything about ADHD EXCEPT that it makes you want to move. Every single person knows what it feels like to have difficulty paying attention. The way someone’s voice seems to stretch out like a rubber band, slowing. Their. Words. Every second of…

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How To Make Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria And Dating Easier

Rejection sensitive dysphoria and dating doesn’t get talked about often, although it should. What speaks more to the power of rejection than heartbreak? What can leave us crying and confused more easily than a lover who leaves us for good? There are many rejections in life, but rejection by a significant other is one of…

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The Challenges That Await Your ADHD Middle Schooler

Middle school is an awkward time. Changing bodies, changing minds, learning how to navigate friendships and relationships in a new way. Middle school is a time of many transitions, and if you’ve ever stepped into a middle school you’ll see children in varying degrees of maturity, you will smell more obnoxiously overused body spray than…

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