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Terry Matlen vs Martha Stewart: ADHD Holiday Throw Down!

Tis the season to get stressed out with everything we need to do to prepare for the holidays. I take on Martha to put on the nicest holiday spread.Who won?Find out at http://addconsults.com/2013/12/03/terry-vs-martha-stewart-adhd-holiday-throw-downSee More
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Posted on June 2, 2009 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Hi,



Sari wrote a wonderful post on her website at www.addjourneys.com that she said I could post here, too. Enjoy!

Terry



The Joys of Old Books and Imperfect People



Last weekend, I spent part of the holiday finally clearing out my basement of old books that had belonged to my parents when they were alive. This was a task I should have felt good about finally doing-even though it has taken me many years to… Continue

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Posted on January 31, 2009 at 1:23am 0 Comments

Dear Colleagues and Associates,





I am writing to you because I consider you part of my valued network of professionals who work with adults with ADD, work in the mental health field, or who have been supportive of adults with ADD either in business or in the media.



I have been working on an exciting project for a long while now, and would like to ask for your help in sharing it with people you believe may benefit. On January 1st, I "opened the doors" to my virtual ADD… Continue

Holiday Madness

Posted on December 21, 2008 at 12:21am 4 Comments

Hard to believe the holidays are at my heel and I'm totally unprepared for them. How is everyone else holding up?

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At 4:51pm on February 17, 2014, Dana said…

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At 3:19pm on September 30, 2010, Marr gave Terry Matlen, ACSW a gift
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Thank you for helping me get started on getting retested. Had my first day of testing and he said so far I do have some ADD. Thank you for your help. ~ Marr greater Chico, CA area.
At 9:48pm on August 27, 2010, Sarah Christine Gogstetter said…
I feel like I'm kind of an odd ball here on this site. I've only have gotten feedback on one of my feedback I think. This is kind of an odd feeling being I am also a Women with ADHD. I have a very severe case of ADHD. Do I seem way off topic? I am a co-moderator of ADDer World and have been for about a month and a half, I get a whole lot more feedback there. Am I too wordy? My introduction never even got a moments notice. I feel a little ignored by every one here.
At 6:04pm on August 16, 2010, Leslie Mc said…
Can I please get my last name taken off this thing? Thanks.
At 11:55pm on January 20, 2010, Mimi said…
Hello, Terry ! I'm excited to have found this page ,since I struggle with Adult ADD. I would like to invite other members to comment on my page . Do you have any idea how to do that ?
At 1:07pm on April 4, 2009, JP said…
Terry, I'm preparing a 1 hr. lunch and learn presentation for my local chapter of NASW and would like to pick your brain! I haven't narrowed down my topic yet, but want to focus on how professional social workers have created a role with the ADHD population via the internet, etc. I know you take precautions regarding wording of services provided, but I want to point out the benefits a SW background can bring as well as the rewards that working with this population bring to the social worker. If you have any thoughts, ideas or resources you could share, I'd appreciate it.
At 11:50pm on January 19, 2009, Terry Matlen, ACSW said…
Ah...that's hard being so far away. Where are the other kiddos?
At 11:43pm on January 19, 2009, Kris said…
The grandbaby is a real snugglebug, so she's great fun. Unfortunately, they're clear across the country in Georgia, but I try to get out there every 3 months or so. Life not being kind hasn't helped of late. Hopefully the new year will be better!
At 7:43pm on January 19, 2009, Andrea Betts said…
Kate moved to Connecticut about 3 years ago, when her partner started her residency in Norwalk, CT. Kate then decided she didn't like being a stay at home mom and got a fellowship at Yale to work on her graduate degree in Neurolinguistics! So they moved to New Haven. This last year, she decided she would settle for an MA from Yale, although she really wanted the PhD, because it was just too hard to be a Mom and a student at the same time. In the meantime her partner, Aga, has completed her residency and her exams and is working as a hospitalist at the hospital in Norwalk. In a year or so they hope to be moving back to the west coast (where they belong!)

My hope is that they'll move close enough that I can be a regular part of my granddaughter's lives. Probably it won't happen though. But at least they'll be closer.
At 2:57pm on January 19, 2009, Andrea Betts said…
Hi Terry, we're doing good. We live in a mountain valley in a log house on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. Very cool! Ride & Tie is my husband's love... okay, I come first and maybe making music is tied, but he does love Ride & Tie and yes I have participated, although I don't a lot because I am old and don't run or ride very efficiently, although I do, do both. My kids are great! Kate and her partner are in New Haven, happy and working. The grandkids are 4 and 6 now. Terrific little girls. My oldest is a banker in L.A. out of work at the moment. And Rob, the kid you met at one of the conferences has been living in Europe for the last year and a half, teaching English, but has now returned and will be living in SF. Life is good!
 
 
 

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