ADHD is hard. It is hard to live with ADHD when you have it. It is hard to live with ADHD when your friends and family have it. It is hard to accurately diagnose sometimes, and it is hard to find treatments that work --because everyone is different and how the ADHD affects them is… Continue reading ADHD Comorbidities That Parents Should Be Aware Of
#ADHDFacts #DrBarkley #GraceUnderPressureBlog #ADHDAwarenessMonth If you or your child have ADHD, you have executive function issues. ADHD is basically all about problems in executive function. What is executive function? “Executive functions (collectively referred to as executive function and cognitive control) are a set of cognitive processes that are necessary for the cognitive control of behavior:… Continue reading How Do Executive Function Problems Affect My ADHD Child?
“Executive functions (collectively referred to as executive function and cognitive control) are a set of cognitive processes that are necessary for the cognitive control of behavior: selecting and successfully monitoring behaviors that facilitate the attainment of chosen goals. Executive functions include basic cognitive processes such as attentional control, cognitive inhibition, inhibitory control, working memory, and… Continue reading What Is My ADHD Child’s Executive Function Age?
#ADHDFacts #DrBarkley #GraceUnderPressureBlog #ADHDAwarenessMonth If you love someone who has been diagnosed with ADHD or who you think has ADHD you might feel like you're fighting a battle. False information, extreme biases, and fake news are profuse to the point that what most of the public believes about ADHD is simply lies --lies that affect… Continue reading 13 Facts Parents of ADHD Children Should Know
More than once recently I have been asked: “What does the Bible say about divorce and separation?” The last time I was asked this, I'd just had dental work done, was still a little high on Novocaine, and was not altogether able to express myself well. This topic has been weighing heavily on my… Continue reading What Does the Bible Say About Divorce and Separation? A Chart with References
After yesterday’s post about the weight loss cycle, my friends and I talked about the fact that this cycle occurs in many aspects of health issues. So, I redid the chart to be broader and generically cover health problems. It is so true. It is so hard to not get discouraged and give up on… Continue reading Health Cycle, Updated Chart
I’ve noticed a pattern when dealing with weight loss and dieting. Especially for those of us with chronic health issues. There is nothing more frustrating than to eat healthier and try harder than anyone you know and still not lose weight. I have noticed that eventually, I will burn out from eating healthy and will… Continue reading Chronic Illness Weight Loss Cycle
Yesterday, I posted a chart about how to know what parts of the Old Testament apply today. Today we are talking about how to know what parts of the New Testament apply to today. Did you know that most of the Gospels were still under the time of the Law of Moses? Did you know that… Continue reading Bible Interpetation Flowchart Part 2
In an effort to help others understand how to interpret scripture, I made a flowchart. I am very visual so this really helps me. This expands on the chart from yesterday. This is just part one. Part two is coming tomorrow. This is designed to be printed on cardstock, front and back. One side, today’s… Continue reading Bible Inpterpetation Flowchart Part 1
I am really passionate about the proper understanding of scripture. I think that so many problems in our lives and in our churches could be avoided if we had a proper understanding of the Bible. I spoke recently about the importance of Bible interpretation and how we apply the bible to our lives. Today, I… Continue reading Bible Application Chart