Here at the ADHD Summit, where one of the trainings of the day was cancelled. We’re sitting around a round table talking about psycho-pharmacology, experiences we teach and utilize with coping skills, and making connections. So far, this conference is everything I have hoped for
I’ve been writing about the pandemic off and on since 2020. I was a sociology minor at Indiana University, and the study of groups is pretty fascinating to me. I live in Texas, and was recently in Indiana for just over a week. I was in a hospital setting for much of that time, andContinue reading “After the Pandemic: Mental Health, School Effects and Affects in Development”
Here’s an article about highly sensitive people, surviving the pandemic, and a little bit about my relationship with my grandmother.
Remember the song from Sesame Street? (you may want to ask a parent if you are under 40) “Everyone makes mistakes oh yes, they do….. Your sister and your brother and your dad and mother too… big people small people matter of fact, ALL People…” well, you get the idea. We all have a tendencyContinue reading “Mental Health: Everyone Makes Mistakes, Anxiety and ADHD”
May, 2020 There’s a movie called ‘47 Days’ coming out. It is a movie scheduled to come out in 2020 about the 47 days it takes to get a correct diagnosis for a woman who has an illness. There’s another show, that was a television series, called ’24’. All of the events of each seasonContinue reading “47 Days: Changing Habits, Creating New Ones, and Social Connections. How the Protective Factor of Social Connections is Being Challenged During COVID”