How much am I worth?

August 21, 2014

Sometimes people forget how much they are worth. They deal with worth on success stories like finishing a goal. When it is over they feel like they are not worth anything as they are no longer accomplishing something. Other people deem themselves worthwhile when they are rich or perfectly beautiful.   I think of this […]

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Not Everything is as Bad as it seems

August 12, 2014

This morning I was all annoyed as I couldn’t find my step counter that I had gotten for the Wii U fit. That thing has been a fun joy in my life. I have often loved using it. It tells me how good or bad I have done in a day. However, this morning I […]

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Know Yourself

August 9, 2014

It is an amazing feat when you try to keep up with someone when you can’t. My husband is a man who can often speed through tasks like they were nothing. I am much slower and need more breaks. It is something I have had to learn as we went on a road trip, know […]

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Why Do I attract Drama?

July 9, 2014

Drama land is easy to get sucked into. One of the main reasons why it is for people with ADHD is it is often a release from ones own problems. Whether work drama or otherwise, we must be careful to know our boundaries. I remember times of having gab sessions that turned into more stress […]

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Reasons I’m jealous of my wife’s ADHD and why I love her for it

June 13, 2014

It’s been flattering and unsettling when my wife, Stephanie, posts these wonderful articles about her love for me and how I’ve helped her. Sometimes I wonder if I deserve such praise. I’ve been remiss in my duties to adhdexpression this past year, but she has kept things up as she shares her personal struggles with […]

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An ideal mate

May 12, 2014

Michael Hurd, what a man. I get compliments all the time on how supportive and loving of a husband I have. It is great to know that he is there for me. However, I have learned through the grapevine this doesn’t always occur for people with ADHD. So what is the problem? Is it us? […]

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Loving your “Symptoms”

April 25, 2014

ADHD is challenging. What can be most challenging is ADHD is often defined by a set of “Symptoms” which can be joyful but as well almost debilitating. These symptoms can seem like an excuse to some people. To us, it is reality. Some of the symptoms include… High mental/physical energy which can quickly change feeling […]

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Kindness VS truth…is there a fine line?

March 5, 2014

Oxford dictionary….Kindness: The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate. The truth : the real facts about something : the things that are true Now that we have established the difference between those two things, how can we use them as companions? Where do we draw a line between “Hurting someone” or “Telling the truth”? […]

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Giving people control

February 28, 2014

I had an experience last week in which I gave up my control. It is something I am working on as when you have ADHD, you often feel incompetent. It is almost easier to let everyone else control your life and tell you how to do it “right”. This way may not be right for […]

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