Jennifer Koretsky

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10 Tips for Practicing Positive Thinking as a Tool for Managing ADD

At first glance, it would seem that positive thinking and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) have nothing to do with one
another. But many of us with ADD develop negative thinking patterns because we become frustrated by our hallenges and frequent feelings of being overwhelmed. This negative outlook then makes it even harder for us to manage those
challenges and move forward.

Practicing positive thinking allows people with ADD to focus on our strengths and accomplishments, which increases


3 Methods for Clearing Mental Clutter

Many adults with ADD have a hard time slowing down their brains. Thoughts often come at whirlwind speed, and it can be hard to concentrate on the tasks at hand when so many other thoughts are floating around in the brain. I call this "mental clutter."


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