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ADHD FOG Lifted

By Kristin Seymour, MSN, RN, AHCNS-BC

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Author's Note From Kristin Seymour

"I understand what you need... I've walked in your shoes."  ADHD affects 50 million children between the ages of 5-17 in the U.S. alone. Recognizing and treating underlying ADHD can be a pivotal turning point in a person's life. Only if you have been in the deepest fog can you ever know how magnificent it is to see clearly. Your child with ADHD CAN grow up and live a productive, successful, and happy life as an adult. 

As a board certified Clinical Nurse Specialist; an author and ADHD consultant to kids and their families in over 10 countries; and as a wife and mom juggling carpools, soccer, dance, homework (and yes, trying to find time for 'sit-down' family dinners); I like to say that my ADHD is an asset! For more information, see my profile on Psychology Today:

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Personal Journeys

Stories and testimonials from Kristin's clients, describing their personal journey living with and lifting the fog of ADHD.

Endorsed by: Pam Kennedy, M.A.

“Kristin Seymour is pure ‘no-nonsense’ in her approach to breaking down ADHD..."

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Endorsed by: Leslie S.

“Kristin’s playbook for ADHD is a complete tool for any parent or adult trying to understand and manage ADHD..."

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Endorsed by: Dr. Ned Hallowell, M.D., Ed.D.

“Kristin has created a one-of-a-kind, brilliant, and must-have ADHD resource for those navigating the unknown world of ADHD..."

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Endorsed by: Deborah Fitzgerald, M.Ed.

“Kristin Seymour provides a comprehensive and easy to use resource binder for parents to navigate the often confusing world of the educational process and medical field associated with ADHD..."

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Endorsed by: Angela McConachie, DNP, MSN, RN

"As the parent of a newly diagnosed child with ADHD, The Fog Lifted binder has been instrumental in helping me navigate the thicket of information..."

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Endorsed By: Chrissy N.

There are a lot of “little things” that can be done to help an ADHD student stay on the right track, and that combined with the correct medication, can transform the behaviors and results a kid experiences. I am grateful to Kristin for the help she has given us.

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