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Adult ADHD and Career Choices

Adult ADHD and Career Choices

I’m here to talk to you today about how to make a career choice that would work well with your adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I had a great job in Boston working for the Unitarian Universalist Association and I loved my supervisor and my colleagues. Still, there was always something about sitting behind a desk that just didn’t work for me.

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How to Let Your Adult ADHD Out

How to Let Your Adult ADHD Out

Last night, I had just about the best night ever and I didn’t have to think about keeping my hyperactive monster in check or about staying focused. I found the ultimate way to let my adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) reign free! The way my brain wants me to work is to make jokes 99% of the time, move around a lot, make others laugh a lot (did I mention that), switch accents up when talking and entertain people. My brain’s desire doesn’t always serve me well when it’s not kept in check, but it did last night. Why? Because I went to a murder mystery dinner.

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Plan, Plan, Plan for Public Speaking with Adult ADHD

Plan, Plan, Plan for Public Speaking with Adult ADHD

I’ve been very honest with you all since I started blogging with HealthyPlace. I think I’ve earned the right to say something I know to be true that I don’t believe in, don’t you? Here it is: You can never plan too much. Plan, plan, plan for everything when you have Adult ADHD.

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About Elizabeth Prager, Author of the Living with Adult ADHD Blog

About Elizabeth Prager, Author of the Living with Adult ADHD Blog

Hiya, friends. I’m Elizabeth Prager, an almost 30-year-old gal with between ten and twenty white hairs. More than half of them spawned this summer during cadaver lab in my first semester of Physical Therapy school here in Maryland. I live with my lovely spouse, who will someday save the world, and my two cats, both of whom are constantly seeking to overthrow the current power structure.

One really important thing about me: I’m obsessed with Iceland.

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