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Jeff H. Patient Expert

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"Fore!" is shouted as a warning ... by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD “Fore!” is shouted as a warning when it appears possible a golf ball may hit other players or spectators. It means “ahead”, and it’s believed to come from the military “be ... Read on »
"Forget and forgive. This is not... by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD “Forget and forgive. This is not difficult when properly understood. It means forget inconvenient duties, then forgive yourself for forgetting.” - Mark Twain Perhaps Ma ... Read on »
100 Tips About Life, People, and Happiness (Part 1) by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Happiness……that never ending quest that comes easy for some, and eludes others. I recently came across an enjoyable online read that helped to put life into prospective, w ... Read on »
100 Tips About Life, People, and Happiness (Part 2) by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD To continue from my last post, part 1 of 100 Tips About Life, People, and Happiness……..here is part 2 and the remaining 50 tips; 51. But also, help people who have nev ... Read on »
15 Ritalin Facts Every Parent Needs to Know by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Interesting article that was brought to my attention on www.rncentral.com. “Ritalin has been the prescription drug of choice for ADD and ADHD patients for decades now, an ... Read on »
2 Week Challenge – Think Outside The Box by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Back in 2006 I posted here and called that post “Thinking Outside The Box”. As stated previously, people with ADD are challenged with getting caught in the same repetitious ... Read on »
26 Benefits of Adult ADHD Coaching by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I’ve been an advocate of utilizing an ADD/ADHD Coach for years now. It’s been incredibly beneficial in my life and winning the battle against ADD. Too bad more people, wit ... Read on »
40 Work Hours a Week is Useless by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Oh ya, a 40 hour work week boxed into a cubicle…..shoot me now please! Like many ADD’ers, I can’t imagine the thought of sitting at a desk in the corporate cubicle all da ... Read on »
4th Annual Virtual AD/HD Conference by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I do a lot of work meetings virtually now, it’s a great way to accomplish things quickly and affordable too. It’s also an important way to help juggle kids, work and the p ... Read on »
5 Reasons Why ADHD Coaching Doesn’t Work by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I came across a very good post on the blog at ADHDManagement.com called 5 Reasons Why ADHD Coaching Doesn’t Work and thought I’d share it with you. As a person who stands ... Read on »
50 (or so) Great Things About Having ADD! by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Wear your ADD/ADHD badge with pride because here are 50 (or so) great things about having ADD you can boast about! Excerpts from the poster written by Bob Seay. 1. En ... Read on »
7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Bryan Hutchinson’s new FREE eBook 7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD is now available. The new eBook is a complete book and although it is writ ... Read on »
A Bunch of ADHD Ratatouille? by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD OK, this is an interesting read, but I also think it needs to be taken with a grain of salt, that’s just my opinion though. In an article that just came out on Mashable.co ... Read on »
A Day Inside My ADD Mind by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD A glimpse inside the mind of an ADD’er would be very interesting from the perspective of a person who does not have ADD. Perhaps I can help. As I awaken, there is no layin ... Read on »
A Happy ADD Brain for Health, Happiness & Romance? by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Since I started winning the battle against ADD years ago, I found reading to be much more enjoyable. Doesn’t matter what way you slice and dice it, I’m never going to be a ... Read on »
A moment, if you please. Moments... by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD A moment, if you please. Moments can be short. Moments can be long. There are moments of joy. Moments of sorrow. Moments of passion. Moments you’ll never ... Read on »
A Positive Perspective by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD While ADD can be a challenge at times for people, there also is a silver lining to it. I really like ADD Coach Pete Quily’s Advantages of ADD, you can see it at http://www.a ... Read on »
A Shortage of Adderall by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD On the heels of my recent guest blogger Marina Salsburyand her article Adderall Usage In College , a very interesting and not surprising article came out yesterday online ... Read on »
A Slap In The Belly With A Wet Fish by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD The setting is the TV show Jeopardy, host Alex Trebek is set to ask one of today’s game show contestants a category question. The studio audience gasps with excitement as ... Read on »
A very common trait of people im... by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD A very common trait of people impacted with ADD, is the challenge of listening. Heck, who’s kidding who, it’s a common trait with most people!! Maintaining interest is har ... Read on »