Posts Tagged“ADD”

I’m going to address something today that I don’t usually talk about. Over the years I have discussed my various career moves and balancing family life and career decisions but I’ve never really delved intensely into the “why” behind those moves. I have a son with a learning disability. Or at least he used to be classified as having a disability. He’s been through OT and speech therapy as well as intensive reading and math interventions. At this point, at least according to the school system, he is classified as having ADD and has an IEP for school. Dealing with…

Talk about taking myself out of my comfort zone, today I admit defeat. At least, PARTIAL defeat. Remember my focus list for January? Only two things did I commit to: read the newspaper own it PROGRESS REPORT: 1. Read the newspaper: FAIL!!!  Those damn papers ARE STILL piling  up in my driveway. I can’t believe it. My lack of discipline in this area is frustrating.  I skim and skip. Trying to keep an handle on it…. 2. Owning it – If you need an explanation of what I mean, read my first post to catch up. I’ve taken some amazing…

Q. How many ADD kids does it take to change a light bulb? A. Let’s play video games! Hilarious! Saw this joke and I had to share it with you. If you didn’t laugh you probably don’t understand. You don’t live in the world of ADD. If you laughed – Welcome! Tiny Ninja was diagnosed with ADD in first grade. I always knew something was going on with him. He has never been hyperactive but I knew there was more there than met the eye. (I got his hearing checked twice. I was secretly hoping for some sort of evidence…