It’s a whole different kind of holiday season and we need to make the best of it. To simplify your lives, I’ve picked out some gifts for your ADHD loved one (or for yourself!). The safest way to shop this season is on your keyboard!
Some of these items are already on sale so hurry and grab them while you can. Lots of people will be shopping online this year.
I hope these ideas help you get through the holiday season with less stress.
To you and yours-
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Happy Shopping, Happy Holidays! Stay SAFE!
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What’s with the tips for women thing ? I am a man with adult ADD. I work professionally and I’m also a house husband.
I do the shopping and the lion’s share of the cooking. That is, I climb Mount Everest every afternoon thinking about what to cook for my partner and our son.
I come from a short line of terrible cooks. I was thirty, visiting Mom at home for a a Saturday lunch. I saw Mom aimlessly moving ingredients around the kitchen. I asked her did she not enjoy cooking. And she looked up at me and said “No, and what’s more I’ve hated it for 50 years !”
Her mother , my grandmother, couldn’t cook either and nothing was handed down in the DNA.
So dinner time fills me with anxiety. I stick to a limited menu I am confident I won’t screw up. Then I worry that the lack of variety will bore my family or expose them to conditions like ricketts or some other dietary malaise.
As you know we ADD folk are often bad planners, poor organisers and terrible about timing and sequencing the many little jobs to bring tasty, visually appealing and nutritious meals into being on time, hot, not raw or overcooked, and portion controlled.
I’m hungry (excuse the pun) for tips
But your tips are for women – is it ok for a man to use them ?
Thanks for your feedback. Oddly enough, all my gift ideas here have disappeared, but…I appreciate reading about your life with ADHD.
My website here, though targeted towards women with ADHD, is (hopefully) helpful to men with ADHD as well. So yes! If you find tips that you feel are helpful, use them!
Thanks for visiting!