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The Top ADDitude Articles of 2023

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By Sharon Saline, Psy.D.“Living with ADHD means living with a stress-producing condition that begets emotional reactivity. Though the ADHD brain is wired to feel emotions like anger, frustration, and hurt quite intensely, emotional reactivity is ultimately a response pattern — one that you can shift with the right tools and frame of mind.”Continue reading “How to Control Your Anger When ADHD Emotional Reactivity Kicks In”By Linda Roggli, PCC“ADHD is more than the sum of its symptoms.

It touches your life from the moment you wake up to the instant you finally nod off. (In truth, ADHD continues to work its influence while you sleep.) Your health, personality and preferences, friendships, and relationships — and truly everything else in between — are colored by your ADHD.

It is there 24/7, 365 days a year, influencing every single part of you.”Continue reading “ADHD at the Center: A Whole-Life, Whole-Person Condition”By Nicole KearRates of sexual violence, suicidality, and sadness have hit a record high among teen girls, according to an alarming new CDC report.

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