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Dr. Daniel Amen sits down to talk about automatic negative thoughts (ANTs) and how little lies can effect your everyday life.

Executive Dysfunction "A number of neurological conditions (especially ADHD) have been linked to deficits in the executive dysfunctions. Parents and teachers may be surprised to learn that conditions such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and mood disorders (depression and Bipolar Disorder) are also associated with executive dysfunction."

Late Diagnosis, Little Treatment: What ADHD Looks Like in Girls and Women

ADHD is often overlooked or ignored in girls and women who exhibit signs of inattentiveness, disorganization, and forgetfulness. Here's how to recognize the unique symptoms of attention deficit in WOMEN & get the help needed.

Overwhelmed Mom Syndrome — It's a Real Thing

The multiple-task coordination required to keep a household functioning smoothly bumps directly against the executive-function difficulties inherent in ADHD. Here are 8 life-saving tips for stay-at-home moms.

Can You Make It Without ADHD Medication?

For any number of reasons, you or your child might want to take a break from ADHD medication for a period of time. How to balance your environment to set yourself up for success.

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Teaching Techniques for Dyscalculia

Math can seem difficult, but for those with the learning disorder Dyscalculia, it can be nearly impossible. However, the subject can be mastered with hard work and a few tricks for these special visual and tactile learners.

Go Easy on Yourself, a New Wave of Research Urges

Go Easy on Yourself, a New Wave of Research Urges: Do you treat yourself as well as you treat your friends and family? That simple question is the basis for a burgeoning new area of psychological research called self-compassion — how kindly people view themselves.