Learning Disabilities, Creativity, and Legacy

Through this forum I have written about creativity, self-improvement, and my learning disabilities.  I finally completed a three-year project to help others with learning challenges achieve lasting legacies. It turns out that people with learning challenges such as ADHD and dyslexia (or who otherwise feel “glitchy”) have more creative potential than others.  A lot of helpfulContinue reading “Learning Disabilities, Creativity, and Legacy”

Blogging takes me more time

When I was 12 years old, I had been taking piano lessons for six years.  I was still playing at an early intermediate level.  My parents, finally wearied of nagging me to practice each day.  They allowed me to quit.  “He must have other strengths,” they said. Why did I make no progress?  Many yearsContinue reading “Blogging takes me more time”

Seven Crucial Tips to overcome learning challenges

When I was in the third grade, I suddenly switched from top of my school class to the bottom.  My ADHD turned on. I had long believed the trigger was from trauma I had recently experienced.  But it was simply because of my age.  ADHD symptoms typically show in children during third grade. This article containsContinue reading “Seven Crucial Tips to overcome learning challenges”

You are a little crazy, and that is good

Today I address a sensitive topic:  ADHD. They call it Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  But I don’t like the word disorder.  You are not broken.  You just process differently.  In a good way.   Maybe not the way your boss at work understands.  But in a good way. I hope you realize ten things Dr.Continue reading “You are a little crazy, and that is good”