Here’s my list of what I’m exploring this week.
What I’ve Been Reading
With so much stress in this country and around the world, I needed an escape! So I picked up Elton John’s autobiography and am almost done. I had no idea how troubled his early life was and how he struggled with addictions. Yet, he had- and continues to have- a drive that kept him producing song after song, in spite of his hardships.
Washington Post Article with Me and Sari Solden
Sari and I were recently quoted in the Washington Post in an excellent article about the challenges moms with ADHD face.
Where You Can Find Exceptional Online Events
- One of my favorite professionals and humans in the world- Dr. Gabor Mate’ is offering up this video series and course: Healing Trauma & Addiction– A New Video Series & Course by Dr. Gabor Maté. Note: ½ off if you sign up now. This is for anyone wanting to better understand trauma and addiction (addiction isn’t only about drugs/alcohol). Professionals can earn CEs. Sign up HERE .
2. Elaine Taylor-Klaus, Diane Dempster and their team at Team@ImpactParents is offering two amazing (free) webinars:
ADHD Medications 101, with Carolyn Parcells, M.D: Friday, January 22, 2021 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST and
ADHD and Cannabis, with Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D: Monday, January 25, 2021
1:00pm – 2:00pm EST
Sign up HERE
What I’ve Been Up To
I have a few slots open for online consultations via Zoom. These have become super popular, so if you’re looking to work with me one-on-one, grab an appointment. We meet live on Zoom (or you can request email consultations instead).
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What I’m Cooking (ADHD-Friendly Recipe)
3-ingredient Teriyaki Chicken
Ingredients for 4 servings
- 2 lb chicken thighs, sliced into chunks
- 1 cup soy sauce
- ½ cup brown sugar
- Sear the chicken thighs evenly in a pan, then flip.
- Add the soy sauce and brown sugar, stirring and bringing to a boil.
- Stir until the sauce has reduced and evenly glazes the chicken.
- Serve with rice, if desired.
One of My Favorite Quotes
…people who have ADD tend to be highly sensitive – but it’s actually that very (inborn) sensitivity, not the ADD, that’s the source of you being so creative.
– Dr. Gabor Mate’: https://drgabormate.com/topic/adhd/
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Way to Keep Organized
I have something very similar to this bathroom organizer.
(I use the bottom shelf for my medication)
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