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Do you feel in control?
I need help to keep my life organized and sane!
I'm totally scatterbrained
Yes, I'm totally on top of things
Sometimes, but not always
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In a world that increasingly requires us to multitask and cope with competing priorities, it can be easy to get overwhelmed. Sometimes it feels like a calm, organized life is an unattainable goal. But don't despair. We've collected these helpful resources to get your concentration back on track, and leave you feeling in control again.

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    Despite the potential difficulties created by ADHD, its positive attributes—such as creativity and intelligence—could actually make the condition a gift.

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ADHD and Concentration Support Resources
  • Quiz: Are You Centered?

    You've heard it your whole life: "Focus!" But centering yourself and finding that focus is sometimes more difficult than it seems. Take this quiz and find out if you need more balance in your life.

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    How to Be a Good Listener

    We all share at least one fundamental need: to feel heard and understood. So listen up – learn the art of listening – and feel the love!

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    Quotes About Being in the Moment

    When your mind is racing, these great quotes will help bring you back to center.

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    10 Ways to Set Smart Priorities

    Take a moment to think through what your life’s big-picture priorities are. Read this step-by-step guide to create a strong and healthy foundation from which to move forward, set smart priorities, and create a life you can love!

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    5 Steps to Improve Your Concentration

    It's a distracting world, and we could all use ways to focus better on what we're doing. Try this simple method for boosting your concentration.

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  • Get the Facts on ADHD

    Find out what you need to know to manage your life with ADHD.

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Please be aware that this information is provided to supplement the care provided by your physician. Is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Call your healthcare provider immediately if you think you may have a medical emergency. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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