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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014!!!!!

 

Happy New Year to all my fellow ADHD friends. Remember, you DO NOT have a disorder. I hate that. You have a very unique temperament and many gifts. The major problem is that this temperament is created in the prefrontal cortex of your brain. That controls “executive functioning”.. that means mainly the things you hate to do you probably won’t, because you have to have stimulation to make your brain increase dopamine, which drives us. So….when possible, delegate out the things that need to be done, but you hate to do and always procrastinate. Learning to compensate for our areas we lack interest in (or feel inadequate about, for that matter) is a SMART thing to do. Some people get down on themselves because of this.

 

Instead of being bummed about the things you don’t do, concentrate on your strengths. Embrace what you are good at and do it! Most people with ADHD are creative, likely to be entrepreneurs, innovators, challengers of the system, and passionate with their interests, whatever they are!

 

If you don’t have a person that is your own “personal secretary”, BARTER out your boring stuff!

 

Some of the people I love most dearly in the world have ADHD….So Happy New Year to all of you!!!!!!!

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We Will Remember Siggie – 2000-2013 RIP!

Pets play a major and significant role in our lives.

Many studies have indicated that having a pet in the home is particularly good for elderly people that live alone.  They become a part of our family.  Our Bassett Hound, named of course, Sigmund (but we called him Siggie,) died June 15th.  He was 13 years old.  Needless to say, our whole family, especially our daughter that raised him, miss him and have gone through a true grieving process over his loss.  Some people don’t think that their grief over a pet is appropriate, and/or embarrassing.  The truth of the matter is that grief helps us heal after losing a beloved pet, and we should all allow that process to happen.  Most of us will outlive our pets, so losing them at some point in time is usually inevitable.

Dr. Jones has always been amazed at how many pet owners do not think they should be devastated over the loss of a pet.  It is perfectly normal to grieve and to miss them, just like any family member that is lost!  He always assures them that it is okay and normal to be upset over their loss!

I am attaching our tribute video to Siggie.  I hope you enjoy it!      RIP Siggie, we love you!

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