Archive for April, 2012

I’m excited to begin a new part of my journey in life as one of the bloggers for HealthyPlace.com’s “Living with Adult ADHD” blog.

My hope is to share personal experiences, strategies, and hope for adults diagnosed with ADHD, like me….

I recently learned that as many as 50% of all school age children with ADHD are never treated. Apparently, I was one of them. My parents wondered. I fit the classic example of “not working up to potential.” Sigh. That was then. Having a diagnosis has been helpful, but it has not been without its pitfalls. These are all things I’ll discuss on the blog.

If you or someone you love is an adult with an ADHD diagnosis and the struggles that come along with that, I’d love to connect with you at HealthyPlace.com. Until then, best.Image

 

Carol Dweck on the “Accountability Movement”

Carol Dweck, perhaps best known for her “Mindset” research and the book by that title, has written a piece for Education Nation questioning whether the accountability mindset under which US public education is operating is really positive for creating innovators.

New Season, New Reasons

Posted: April 4, 2012 in link

New Season, New Reasons.

A reblog of Erik Hare’s “Barataria.” Check it out. You won’t be disappointed!