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Dr Ned Hallowell: My Right Difficult

Deliberately choosing to do something that is difficult does not on the face of it sound tempting. Sometimes we voluntarily subject ourselves to the difficult in order to improve ourselves...

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How to Create a Calm Home for People with ADHD

If someone in your home has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, they may have trouble staying focused on tasks, feel fidgety or restless, or have an abundance of energy. While...

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How my ADHD helped me become an entrepreneur

ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is undoubtedly a huge part to play in the entrepreneurial success of SOUL CAP over the past few years. SOUL CAP co-founder, Michael Chapman, was diagnosed...

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Pain to Purpose

By Sally Coles-Robertson, diagnosed officially aged 40 The big questions: What was your earliest recollection of being ‘different’? Why do you have to be awkward? What is it like to...

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Better Late Than Never

Celebrating late diagnosis in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with Author and Journalist, Emma Mahony. It is not everyday that an author is invited to talk about a new book...

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Be Proud, Be Unique, Be You

Nichola and Heidi’s neurodiversity journey As I tiptoe into your room each night, to turn off the lamp and straighten your covers, I am greeted with the soothing sounds of...

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ADHD and Mental Health

ADHD and it’s impact upon self-esteem, confidence, and mental wellbeing. By Julia Hardman, Therapeutic Social Worker I left school with little to no qualifications. I was undiagnosed with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia,...

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