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The Impact of ADHD on Procrastination

Posted on: July 18th, 2023

ADHD can significantly impact procrastination tendencies due to its core symptoms that affect executive functions and impulse control. People with ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) are more likely to procrastinate compared to individuals without ADHD. Procrastination is a common challenge for many people with ADHD due to the way the disorder affects …

Working at Home: Avoiding Distractions

Posted on: July 11th, 2023

Avoiding distractions and, in turn, procrastination while working from home can be challenging due to the abundance of distractions and the lack of a traditional office environment. However, with some effective strategies and self-discipline, you can maintain focus and productivity. Let’s take a look at some good ways to avoid …

What is Procrastination?

Posted on: July 4th, 2023

Procrastination refers to the act of delaying or postponing tasks, activities, or decisions that need to be accomplished within a specific timeframe. It involves putting off important or necessary actions in favor of more pleasurable or less demanding activities, despite knowing that the delay may have negative consequences. Procrastination can …

ADHD & Depression Comorbidities

Posted on: June 26th, 2023

ADHD and depression can often be found existing together. People who experience both ADHD and depression may face a unique set of challenges that can impact many aspects of their life. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest issues individuals with comorbid ADHD and depression commonly face. Executive …

Seasonal Depression During the Summer

Posted on: June 19th, 2023

Seasonal depression affects millions of people around the world. Most of us think seasonal depression only refers to the winter–but it doesn’t. Seasonal depression can affect people during any season. The impact of summer on individuals with depression can vary. While some people may experience an improvement in mood and …

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