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errors in thinking

A common error is confusing correlation and cause. For example:

The number of people who watch Fox news has risen in the last 10 years. The scores of American students on standardized tests have been falling over the same time period.

Coincidence? You decide.

Another common error is assuming that our opinions are facts; if I believe something, it must be…


Added by doug puryear on August 23, 2014 at 10:45am — No Comments

trying medications for ADD ADHD

ADD ADHD medication question:

Recently posted:

"My doctor is prescribing brupopion for adhd. Is this experimental? Am I a Guinea Pig?" 


Added by doug puryear on July 28, 2014 at 5:37pm — No Comments

Overgeneralizing - I know I do it, so everyone must be doing it

Overgeneralizing isn't a feature of ADD ADHD particularly, but it seems rampant everywhere.

There are two main types, the personal and the universal.

"I took medication X (ritalin, adderall, sterrata, wellbutrin, etc) and and had horrible side effects."

Yes, OK, sorry, that can happen.

Personal overgeneralizing:

"It's a horrible medicine!"

Well, not really; lot's of people have gotten benefit from it…


Added by doug puryear on March 16, 2014 at 3:56pm — No Comments

ADHD Life Social & Study Skills, Successful Strategies For The Upcoming School Year

ADHD Life, Social and Study Strategies:

Successful Strategies for the School Year

Let us help your student find their way

ADHD Life ,Social and Study Strategies

All you need to know for a successful school year!

Successful Strategies for success in life,relationships and in school.

Dr. Osborne Ph.D.introduces you student to:

The World According to ADD/ADHD

Learning time management & organizational… Continue

Added by Dr.Anders Osborne Ph.D. on August 21, 2009 at 7:30am — 4 Comments

You Gotta Have Faith in Yourself

Here's an email I received today and thought I would share it with all of you:

Yesterday I watched a small bird, flying very fast, disappear into the canopy of an oak tree. So dense were its leaves that it was impossible to see what happened next, though I can tell you it remained inside.

I wondered how the little bird found its opening through the leaves at such a speed, and then managed to gently align its… Continue

Added by Bryan Hutchinson on July 13, 2009 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Now on Kindle!

7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD "Uncommonly helpful, down-to-earth, immensely practical and readable Book." - David A. Crenshaw, Ph.D., ABPP. Director of Rhinebeck Child and Family Center, LLC


“'One Boy's Struggle' is a real eye-opener! Bryan writes of hope and despair, and the all-too-common conflict between desperately wanting to achieve and please, yet suspecting that you’ll fail again… and soon.”
-Dr. Edward Hallowell

Book on Doubt

Writer's Doubt is not specifically about ADHD. It is about how I, with ADHD, overcame doubt and became a prolific writer. For anyone who has ever felt doubtful about what they are capable of.


Please remember that when discussing medication and / or supplements each member is responsible for his or her comments. Each person's experiences may be different and no one should make any changes or try anything new with regard to medication or supplements without talking to his or her doctor first.




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