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Help for Women with ADHDBy Joan Wilder

In a Nutshell

Journalist Joan Wilder provides a powerful description of the brain of someone - specifically women - with ADHD while offering helpful bite-sized strategies to cope with the pitfalls of this condition.

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Having ADHD is like being a fantastic orchestra - with a full house of great players - and a slightly off conductor!

Joan Wilder

Introduction

Between four and eight percent of American adults have been diagnosed with ADHD – or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Common symptoms include feeling constantly overwhelmed, impulsive, foggy-headed, or disorganized.

Anyone can experience attention deficit issues.

Stressors such as post-partum hormones, PMS, menopause, or dietary changes, can temporarily cause similar obstacles in the way of productivity, even for people with no prior formal diagnosis.

Additionally, in a world where more of our attention is being captivated by social media, mitigating attention deficit symptoms can be a powerful mindfulness tool for anyone.

Joan Wilder, a freelance journalist and writer, was diagnosed with ADHD as a child.

From personal experience, she provides a series of tried and true tools, strategies, and supportive wisdom nuggets that have helped her tackle some of the most prevalent ADHD and attention deficit challenges.

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