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"Attention Deficit Disorder" Blog Carnival 4

Posted Nov 17 2008 11:50pm

Carnival

I am sure that there are people looking at this entry, and thinking what the heck is a blog carnival? The "Attention Deficit Disorder" blog carnival is a collection of recent blog entries about Attention Deficit Disorder. The reason that it is called a carnival is because each week the carnival travels to a different host blog. The hope is to expose blog readers to blogs that have a different perspective on Attention Deficit Disorder. For this carnival I have included the authors description of their blog because hopefully many of you will be reading their blogs for the first time.

Empress Baggie, at Empress Baggie, Title: What In Tarnation?! Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Haiku.

Her Royal Highness provides rhetorical rhetoric rhetoricated for the rhetorically challenged. Whatever that means.

MG, at Magnolia Girl News, Title: ADD The Flip Side

Recycled news, opinions, advice and meanderings of an entertaining, eclectic and enlightening nature! From a Southern born, late blooming, baby booming, blurter/blogger.... Or something like that.

Tara, at Living with ADD, Title: Routines are important

Thoughts from an ADD Coach and Woman with ADD

Pete Quily, at Adult ADD Strengths, Title: Does ADD Really exist? How to answer this Question, part 2

ADD Knowledge + Awareness + Coaching + Action = Adult ADD Strengths

Elinor Kent, at ADDvantaged, Title: Parenting Stress

ADHD Information, Resources and Community Tools

Douglas Cootey, at The Splintered Mind, Title: AD/HD: Dealing with Distractibility

Overcoming Neurological Disabilities With Lots Of Humor And Attitude

Jennifer Koretsky, at Experiencing ADDvantages, Title: Does your Dog have ADD?

An interactive blog for the adult ADD community. Brought to you by Jennifer Koretsky, ADD Management Coach & Founder of Experience ADDvantages, LLC

Erin, at So I Married an ADDer, Title: Rise & Shine!

News, advice, and humor for partners of people with Attention Deficit Disorder.

Submit your blog article to next edition of “attention deficit disorder”! Use ourcarnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on ourblog carnival index page. If you would like to host a future edition pleaseclick here.

Technorati Tag: ADD, ADHD

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