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Our Neurospicy Story

July 17, 2023
My son was diagnosed with ADHD halfway through the sixth grade. I’ve seen how awful the world can be to him, and I’m determined to change the narrative.
Our Neurospicy Story
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ADHD Productivity Hack: The Pomodoro Method

This article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase through these links, we may earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks! For those of us with ADHD, managing our productivity can be… challenging. And frustrating.  And it can lead to feelings of shame, too. We’re often operating within systems (and […]
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Adult ADHD Coping Skills: The Power Of Positive Reinforcement

If you tend to avoid fitting into molds, you may have heard a lot of negative messages over the years. These ADHD coping skills may help.
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Mastering the Art of Remembrance: Object Permanence ADHD Strategies

People with ADHD tend to lose our keys more than our neurotypical peers, thanks to challenges with object permanence. These coping strategies can help you to keep track of the important things in your life!
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Sanity Savers: 4 Times My Loop Earplugs Became My Best Friend

With the overwhelming range of earplugs available today, Loop earplugs stand out. Their unique design, centered around a circular acoustic channel, has given people with sensory challenges a new world of options for noise reduction. Read about my experience with Loops!

AuDHD: The Combined Forces of ADHD and Autism

ADHD and Autism are both neurodevelopmental conditions, and they have plenty in common. But, they also have some pretty drastic differences. So, what happens when the two team up together in one person’s mind? The emerging term AuDHD refers to that exact situation.
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“I Had 9 Things to Do So Instead I Took a Nap” – A Story of ADHD Paralysis

Sometimes, those of us with ADHD get stuck. We end up horizontal on the couch, wanting to do the next thing on our mental “to do” list, but somehow unable to make ourselves get up even though we really do want to do the thing that has us feeling frozen!

Autism and Sleep: 12 Tips for a Restful Night

In the world of autism and sleep, there’s a rhythm – a sometimes elusive rhythm. Whether you’re rocking the spectrum or you’re guiding an autistic superstar (maybe your kiddo), there’s a dance between sleep and autism that’s intriguing to understand and essential to master.
What does undiagnosed autism in adults look like?

What does undiagnosed autism in adults look like?

Have you ever felt like everyone else has a handbook for social situations, but you never got your copy? Do you have very strong preferences about fabrics or foods? Do you wonder if it’s autism, or if you’re just introverted, sensitive, and quirky?
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Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria: Overwhelming Feelings and the Connection to ADHD

Rejection sensitive dysphoria can lead to overwhelming emotions for people with ADHD. Understanding RSD can be a powerful tool for emotional well-being, both for yourself and others.
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