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You, Me, and ADHD

Gila Arnold

When your spouse forgets to pick up the kids, can’t keep the house clean, and can’t carry on a conversation with you for more than two minutes, ADHD might be at play. How to live — and grow — with a spouse with ADHD.

 

The Restaurant Persuasion Equation

Sara Glaz

We’ve all heard about the gimmicks supermarkets use to get us to buy more — candy at the checkout, nosh at kid level, and the milk in the far-back corner of the store. But did you know restaurants are equally guilty of this money manipulation game? Tricks to watch out for.

 

When Illness is a Constant Companion

Azriela Jaffe

For Rochele, being sick for six months out of a year with some sort of virus or infection is normal. If her kids come home with a stomach bug, she’s almost guaranteed to get it. Being hospitalized during pregnancy is par for the course. What it’s like to live with chronic illness.

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Man Without a Name
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Professional Organizer: Part IV
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