Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

January 2013

How to Dramatically Improve Your Writing IF You Have ADHD

How to Dramatically Improve Your Writing IF You Have ADHD
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I’ve always loved to write. As a child I would stay in my room writing fantastic stories in my notebook. But in school, I couldn’t learn grammar to save my life. I never passed an English class, ever. At age 37 I finally found out why. It was because of undiagnosed ADD. All those painful years in school, listening to teachers drone on and on about adverbs, adjectives and conjunctions bored me to tears. I still don’t know what they all mean, I really don’t. It’s not because I don’t want to or that I don’t try “hard” enough, as some non-ADHD-understanding opinions would have it. The simple truth is I can’t remember. Well, not in the normal way. Let’s just say, “I know” but I will never be able to pass a pop quiz, and I am cool with that. (Kind of – okay, already, I wish I could remember, you got me, […]

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Stop Struggling Now and Restore Your (ADHD) Relationship

Stop Struggling Now and Restore Your (ADHD) Relationship
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From Bryan: This is a guest post from the ever helpful and always positive ADD / ADHD relationship consultant Melissa Orlov, author of the award-winning The ADHD Effect on Marriage: Rebuild Your Relationship in Six Steps. “Our relationship shouldn’t be this hard!” – is a sentiment expressed by many couples struggling when one or both partners have ADHD. They might fight regularly, get stuck in repetitive struggles about control and chore completion, and start to feel as if the relationship is one extended battle after another. If this describes your relationship, you are not alone.  Statistically speaking, relationships impacted by adult ADHD are more likely to be dysfunctional than healthy. That’s scary – but you don’t have to be one of those struggling couples! Learn about the specific patterns that can plague relationships impacted by ADHD and you can interrupt and CHANGE them! Knowledge is power and you can obtain it to save your […]

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