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ADDA’s newsletter now comes out on the last Wednesday of every month with announcements, recommendations and great articles just for adults with ADHD. A new series of Thursday evening ADDA Virtual Peer Support groups are getting underway.If you’d like to meet with other adults with ADHD without leaving the comfort and privacy of your home, ADDA Virtual[...]Group Leaders: Diana Wallace, Mindy Schwartz, Patty Blinderman, Andrea Leon Sessions: 60 minutes Mondays: 12pm eastern/11am central/ 10am mountain/9am pacific Session Dates: 1/22, 1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/9, 4/16 This group[...]ADDA is offering a working group for members who are creating and refining healthy eating, exercising, and sleep habits. In 2018 we are adding virtual workout buddies[...]Are you a frustrated artist, musician or author, unable, or unwilling, to pursue your art because your ADHD gets in the way?When I asked her why she had never dated him, she said that he was not her type. Very often, the people we most attract and are attracted to are the ones that provide us the most drama.

The ADDA Ambassadors program reach out to all ADDA members by telephone.

If you’re an ADDA member and you haven’t heard from an ADDA Ambassador yet, you can even request a call.

It seems the more I listen to people in and out of my therapy practice, the more I realize that, for many of us, achieving a healthy love relationship is often fraught with much difficulty.

Obviously, there are multitudes of reasons why people may have difficulty forming healthy long term relationships, and I should certainly know, having had my share of “roller-coaster rides”, but having ADHD often adds to the difficulty in very distinct ways.

Often there is a lot of arguing, tension, excitement, longing, passion, and pain, but not a lot of trust, respect, safety, and loyalty.

Certainly one does not have to have ADHD to fall into this same pattern, but here’s the part that seems to fit with the ADHD mind set.

As adults we are at risk for divorce, single-parenting, unstable finances, not completing college, eating disorders, drug or alcohol abuse, and under employment.

That said, common[...]Leaders: Beth Albright, Nick Noseworthy and Zach Gershon Sessions: 90 minutes Wednesdays: 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, LIVE at the Atlanta Conference Fri 11/10 at am 11/15, 11/29, 12/6 2018 January 1/10,[...]Leaders: Mike Fedel & Terry Huff with expert Guest Speaker Jill Corvelli providing monthly talks Are you in a committed relationship with an ADHDer?

Do you wish you could talk to other people who are[...]A new series of Thursday evening ADDA Virtual Peer Support groups are getting underway.

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