ADHD: Disempowered By Diagnosis

By David Mielke, M.S. “Mr. Mielke, I won’t be able to complete the assignment. I have ADHD.” “I don’t have to copy those notes from the board; someone needs to copy them for me.” “You can’t say ‘No’ to me; I can take the final exam in the special ed classroom.” I’ve been a high

Fathers Mental Health Matters

This information originally published at fathersmentalhealth.com Healthy Fathers Lead to Healthy Families Are you an Expectant Father, New Father or have you been fathering for years? Fatherhood brings about new experiences, fun and joy, it can also be a stressful experience at times when we are tired, not sure what to do, or bothered about

Interconnected: Not All In Your Head

By Risë Rafferty, RDN Suffering from pain, debility, loss of quality of life, destruction and/or malfunction of bodily processes and tissue characterizes disease. Medical science has devoted itself to the study of disease and in so doing has specialized in categorizing the human body so that we can see the correct specialist for the defined

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