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But Superman never gets a sunburn.

  Four seconds. That’s the approximate range of forward thinking our teenage ADHD/Asperger’s son can engage in. There are obvious problems with this present focus, like the inability to envision future consequences of actions in the here and now.  This […]

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The Song of the ADHD Househusband

Beep beep BEEEEP - 4:30 AM Out of bed, half-awake at most Hit the shower, hit the kitchen, Make coffee, oatmeal, eggs and toast Wife to work, out the door in rain, I get daughter More...

ADHD Mutant and Proud

My daughter Coco and I have always gotten along well, like the picture here, taken ten years ago back in Hawaii. Now Coco's 15 years old and the More...

The Puddle: A meltdown only this kind of mom can survive.

Saturday was a wonderful family day for the Williams. We had a busy day planned. We were attending my niece’s birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese that afternoon More...

Taking on the Daddy Issue

When my son Javi was diagnosed with ADHD, I had no clue that our biggest challenge — the one that would make or break every single goal — More...

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