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What do you hoard?

What do you hoard? I read a lot of #ADHD research articles and I try to share the ones that I think are decent. This article is not only not decent but just fails to understand ADHD and it is apparently written by a journalist who was given an assignment and they wrote words just to write words. In my opinion (based on some experience), those with ADHD hoard because we say to ourselves "I'll just set this over here because I definitely want to give this item the attention it deserves but I can't right this minute." We then set the item aside and in reality only come back to 1 out of every hundred or so things we...

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Help Your Kids Learn Healthy Behaviors by Modeling Them Yourself

*** THIS IS A GUES POST WRITTEN BY AMANDA HENDERSON FROM SAFECHILDREN.INFO *** Are your kids junk-food junkies or excellent eaters? Are they active or couch potatoes? Likely, they fall somewhere in between, and that’s okay. But we all want to help our kids learn how to be healthy adults, and sometimes, that just takes a little extra work on our part. Your kids’ good choices begin with you, and a little practical modeling can go a long way towards positive results. Bryan Wisda & ADHD Lullaby wants your family to be healthy and happy, so let's look at some tips to help your family flourish. Start teaching When you teach your children how to cook and how to plan meals,...

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Bryan Wisda releases cover of Hey Jude

On Friday, July 31, 2020, I released an instrumental cover of the iconic song Hey Jude by The Beatles.When I first started out to record this song I wasn't thinking about recording a cover of Hey Jude at all.  My goal was to record a song to help the listener with ADHD focus or concentrate.   To accomplish this I needed to record a song slightly divergent from ADHD Lullaby which was recorded specifically to help children ages 6-13 fall asleep faster.  ADHD Lullaby works by combining rhythmic and non-rhythmic (random) elements with 3 very specific frequencies used in neuroscience; the combination of this overloads the ADHD mind's ability to process information and thus allows the body to relax and fall...

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