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Three Ways You Put Things In Perspective When You’re a Mom Diagnosed With ADHD

1. “Mommy Brain” becomes a nullity. In my world, Mommy Brain is a thing, yet it is not. It was explained to me that I have been using intelligence my whole life to compensate for the organizational and other executive function deficits brought on by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, also known as ADHD (the acronym

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Mommy Brain: Fact or Fiction?

I am a victim of Mommy Brain. I forget things all the time. You know, like where I put my car keys, or the rest of my sentence during a conversation. I forget to finish unloading the dishwasher after walking away for two minutes to answer a quick phone call. I will tell my friend about

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