Executive Functioning & Diseases of Aging

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ADD . . . and-so-much-more

A Humanitarian Problem
short-sighted at best – unconscionable at worst

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
part of the Executive Functioning Series

This might be the most important post I have ever written
(out of 500+ information-dense articles).
It applies to every single one of us,
so I hope you will take the time to read it all.

A tragic implication of Boiling Frog Syndrome

As I began in an article as part of the Executive Functioning Series, two Mondays ago [How well do you REALLY function?], when things decline gradually we tend to accommodate the accumulation of difficulties until we are struggling to cope and practically desperate for help.

Found HERE

Before I continue with a Series of articles designed to describe and discuss EF struggles, what’s involved, and explain what you can do to mitigate the effects (before, during and after they develop)

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5 thoughts on “Executive Functioning & Diseases of Aging

  1. Hi, I know a bit about executive functioning issues, I have ADD, but I made it through university and did well. The funny thing is that most people don’t have a clue what it’s like to have these issues. People often complain about the “way” I do things because my brain is wired differently. They don’t understand and then I get depressed.

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