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"

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Exclusive Interview: Dr. Charles Parker on ADHD Medication Rules and Gluten

Exclusive Interview: Dr. Charles Parker on ADHD Medication Rules and Gluten
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Today’s interview is with renowned neuroscience consultant Dr. Charles Parker, the author of ADHD Medication Rules. He’s updated his informative book about ADHD medication and will soon be publishing a paperback version. Personally, I think a paperback version will be great, because it will be easy to flip through. Or you can just call me old fashioned. In the interview below, Dr. Parker answers several interesting questions from Gluten to talking about the “Myth” that Big Pharma created ADHD so they could sell drugs! (You already know how I feel about ADHD Myths, so it is always nice when one is debunked!) Dr. Parker is also the author of the CorePsych blog. Check it out as he updates us on the latest brain science. Enjoy the interview and if you’d like further clarification or have other questions feel free to post in the comments. I am sure Dr. Parker will stop by. Interview Dr. Charles Parker: Q: You wrote the New ADHD Medication [...]

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ADHD Myths Debunked At Last

ADHD Myths Debunked At Last

I am going to debunk the myths of ADHD and tell the truth about it once and for all. Yes, the conspiracy exists. Why do we forget things? Answer: Forgetting things is something of intention, meaning that we do it on purpose and we have a special device that wipes specific memories from our minds. For example: people with ADHD do not like keys, they are necessary for too many silly things like, well, locks, so we wipe away the memory of where we put them. We can, and do, take memories of combinations, and people, and remove those too. Why do we repeat our mistakes? Answer: We like to make the same mistakes over and over again. If someone chastises us enough or blames us enough for our lost memories or making the same mistakes then we can automatically correct our behavior just by not using the memory wiping [...]

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ADHD POP Quiz – Take It!

ADHD POP Quiz – Take It!

You’ve got to do this and you’ve got to do that POP QUIZ. You’ve got to get your head together and start concentrating. You’ve got to start a plan. You’ve got to create yourself a list. You’ve got to abide by a schedule. You’ve got to remember to take the trash out. You’ve got to get better grades. You’ve got to be more responsible. You’ve got to take this seriously. You’ve got to get more organized. First pop quiz: If you have been told more than 4 of these then you are 9999999.99% sure to have ADHD! Next pop quiz: If you have told these things to your spouse, child, friend or neighbor and have pulled all of your hair out in the process, then whoever that person is, is 9999999.99% sure to have ADHD! Click the “LIKE” button if you are 9999999.99% sure! And/or comment and add your own [...]

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ADHD ADD & Hypnosis Treatment – Interview with Dr. Nancy Irwin

ADHD ADD & Hypnosis Treatment – Interview with Dr. Nancy Irwin

Dr. Nancy, thank you for offering to answer my questions concerning ADHD and Hypnosis. There are so many topics one can cover and so many treatments available, but I have to admit, hypnosis is something which has always intrigued me, especially concerning myself and the condition of ADHD. Dr. Nancy Irwin is a renowned doctor of psychology and clinical hypnotherapist in private practice in Los Angeles.  She is also a public speaker on a variety of topics, including hypnosis the power of the subconscious mind.  She is also the author of a nonfiction: YOU-TURN: CHANGING DIRECTION IN MIDLIFE (http://www.makeayou-turn.comyou-turn.com), and is a frequent media expert, having appeared on CNBC, Bravo, CBS, as well as scores of radio shows and mentions in The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, msnbc.com, The Rachel Maddow Show, The Huffington Post, and more. My first question is the obvious: Does hypnosis really work for people with ADHD? [...]

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