Posts Tagged ‘Family’

The Marketing of ADHD: Who really wins?

The Marketing of ADHD: Who really wins?

Dr. Keith Conners is a renowned psychologist and professor at Duke University. He is also someone whom I respect and admire. He championed A.D.H.D. to be recognized as a legitimate disorder. In an article published on December 14th, 2013 in the New York Times, Dr. Conners cited how disappointed he was with how doctors and…

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Dealing With A Sick Family Member

Sick

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]et me relate this back to some of the things I have been dealing with over the past few years. If you have been actively reading my blog posts then you will know that my wife and I had to deal with my son’s autism. Events like these can change the whole dynamic of a…

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During Tough Times, Focus on What Matters Most

Family

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen you feel things getting out of hand, it’s probably best to focus on what matters most to you. According to an article published on WebMD, according to the article researchers at UCLA found that when people reflected on what things were most important to them (e.g. family), they tended to feel a sense of…

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