Women With ADHD ADD

For Women with ADHD ADD Who Want to Connect

Women Bloggers with ADHD


Women Bloggers with ADHD

This group is for us girls who blog and would like share our blogs. Do you blog about your ADHD or share it with your readers? Share your ADHD blog posts here. Share motivational tips on how you keep yourself blogging.

Let's have fun! Stop over and visit blogs and leave them a comment.

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adhd u & me

Started by Yaritza Aragones. Last reply by Lori Jun 10, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello my name is Yaritza Aragones I am 33 years old. I was diagnosed late with ADHD and later on with other learning disabilities. This has taken a toll in my life and I imagin I'm not alone. I wish…Continue

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Started by Dysfunction Junction. Last reply by Skye Jun 3, 2013. 1 Reply

I wanted to share a new post with you all that I think the parents out there may very well be able to relate to! It's not necessarily about My AHDD but if you could use a good laugh, it might just be…Continue

How do you cope during the holiday season?

Started by Digi D.. Last reply by Frances Nov 25, 2012. 1 Reply

I myself feel frazzled just thinking about the holiday season. Share some tips on how you cope or what you do to leason the stress levels.Continue

New Post: "There must be a limit to the mistakes one person can make...."

Started by Gigs. Last reply by Digi D. Oct 25, 2012. 4 Replies

It's a comforting but unreliable hope from Anne Shirley that inspired my …Continue

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Comment by Feathers of Happenstance on January 2, 2013 at 6:58pm

hello. I am new to this site and would like to share my blog with all of you fellow adhd-ers here's the link: http://feathersofhappenstance.wordpress.com/

feel free to either comment on my blog if you have a wordpress account or send me a message here too, with your thoughts. I'm so glad i found this website. i am looking forward to making connections with all of you that have similar challenges as I do with adhd.

Comment by Red Fox on November 15, 2012 at 9:06pm

I've just written a blog post about a new technique I use to help with an ADHD issue. Curious? http://wp.me/poMO1-61

Comment by Red Fox on October 25, 2012 at 9:50pm

I have been blogging at www.redfox4239.wordpress.com for a while. I think the thing that holds it all together is "I have ADHD, expect anything" ;)

Comment by Dolly on October 21, 2012 at 10:13pm

I admire all of you bloggers for your persistence and determination.  I’ve been keeping journals and writing poetry for more than forty years.  In fact it was my decline in recording entries, and the insight gained from rereading some of the older journals that led me, a few months ago, to talk to a doctor about a diagnosis of ADD.  I’m 60.  Although I’ve endured symptoms of the disorder all my life it only became a noticeable hindrance in the past few years.  My first thought when considering contributing a blog was very depressing – I didn’t think I was even capable of composing/writing a response to a different group once a day.  Then I realized I’ve been scratching out an occasional poem once a week or so.  Maybe I could contribute that…  When I was younger most of my poetry consisted of the pains of unrequited love, but lately it’s all about aging, depression and ADD.   I’ve come a long way, huh, baby? 


Comment by Sistah Afroe on May 10, 2012 at 2:59am

 My Coaching Experience is a new one about the ADHD coach relationship.

Comment by Dana on February 1, 2012 at 10:31pm

So as I learn more of my triggers and about symptoms I overlooked before...the more frustrated I become. In the moment there are times when I can recognize being symptomatic, but what do I do about it? I have read and asked professionals but everything is so vague I don't know what to do. Can anyone how to define you and how to define the adhd, and how to recognize the difference. Hindsight is my only time when I truly see it, of course...lol Hyper/Impulsivity is a weaker area for me. I am open to suggestions, being pointed in the direction of a resource/person, or whatever you can offer thanks.

Comment by Jude on December 2, 2011 at 4:11pm

Wishing you all happy holidays - ADHD style. : )



Comment by Wendy on November 9, 2011 at 9:41am

A long term relationship is very possible! I have been with my husband for 20 years. He's very much the opposite of me, organized, focused, driven, neat freak, and has a daily routine that rarely changes. He always knows where his keys are, unlike me.  We are a good balance for each other. We don't have kids, so that may help too. Good luck! Have faith and you will find that great relationship!


Comment by ADDSarah on November 9, 2011 at 12:00am

I have an ADHD blog! http://generationaladhd.blogspot.com/ come on over!

Comment by LuAnn on October 7, 2011 at 4:32pm
Go for it Dana!  It only takes one guy with the right combination of temperament and life experience to find someone wonderful.  I learned with husband that he has more of the 'feminine' qualities usually associated with me (patience, sensitive, kindness, romanticism, etc) than I do - I have those qualities, but he has them more.  I have more testosterone than most women (literally) so I am more ambitious, focused, driven, etc - I suspect that is as much from my brand of ADHD as the testosterone!   All I know is his yin and my yang balance.  If he had a lot of yang (male qualities) it would not work - he'd be too much like my father. lol

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