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Weekly ADHD and Anxiety Tips: Distractions from Electronic Devices:

Many people struggle with constant distractions due to the prevalence of electronic devices. What’s more: there is so much information available. And it’s often information that is interesting to us. Because advertising and featured articles are often personalized, they can be very appealing. The problem is, these things often arise when we are needing to focus on something else. This week’s ADHD and anxiety tip provides a solution.

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Podcast: The Power of Collective Benefits for Anxiety & ADHD – Part 2

In our last podcast episode, we discussed how if everything you do maybe just works a little bit for you, this translates into a really big benefit. Huge actually in the aggregate, in the collective sense.
Taken together, many small effects = a large effect for your recovery from stress, anxiety and ADHD.
We discussed a number of techniques that you could use, that have been shared throughout our various podcast episodes, videos, and newsletter, etc. Today we want to share some more.

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