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Depression Questions

Did you ever...

Did you know there is actually help from someone who is ADHD - who does personally understand it and not only gets it but can help you understand it and help you do something about it.  Guess who that is.  Right - call - I will be glad to talk to you and help, too!

  • Did you ever think that relationhip problems could be because of ADHD?
  • Did you ever consider that mood swings could be rooted in ADHD?
  • Did you ever think that impulsive anger issues could be because of ADHD?
  • Did you ever wonder if a person's history causes relationship problems?
  • Did you ever think that insomnia could be because of ADHD?
  • Did you question whether easily forgetting things could be ADHD?
  • Did you ever realize that difficulty learning just might be ADHD?
  • Did you ever wonder if having to constantly be doing something - just might be ADHD?
  • Did you ever question whether misinterpreting comments might be part of ADHD?
  • Did you ever consider that not caring could be rooted in ADHD?
  • Did you ever think explosive anger could be a sign of ADHD?
  • Did you ever wonder why a bright & intellignent person just does not have any common sense and could it be part of being ADHD?
  • Did you ever think that creative geniuses are most likely ADHD?
  • Did you ever question if comdians are just hyper-brained ADHD?
  • Did you ever realize most people who use caffine are ADHD?
  • Did you ever consider that many undiagnosed ADHD adults have learned to cope with their ADHD but are frustrated and wish they had gotten help from someone who actually gets it?
Psycho-Physiological Biofeedback: What is it & how can it help?
Biofeedback is biological feedback of the physiological components in the body such as heart rate, pulse, brain-waves, breathing, skin moisture, skin temperature using a machine to measure these responses to stress.
The easiest to measure and learn to self-control is skin temperature - the calmer the person - the warmer the hands - which means the brain is also calmer and then it's easier to stop and think.  The calmer the brain - the easier it is to control stress and the reaction to stressors.
Migraine Headaches
Had them all my life until I learned to self-control them by learning to use biofeedback and have not had one in over 30 years - yes - that is true!
Did you ever see the "Hulk" show up.

YES - been there - done that and hate it!

But there is hope for the "Hulk" whether it is you or someone you love.
Did you ever wonder why it is so difficult for the "Hulk" to self-control?
There is help from someone who has been there - done that and learned to 
self-control it before it takes control by using psychophysiological biofeedback. 
Depression - Relationship Symptons

"Couple Communication & Anger Management"

Marital, family, parenting, relationship problems, stress, history of neglect, abuse, hurt, pain, feeling no one cares - can all lead to depression & anxiety.
There is hope & help from someone who understands & gets it.

Depression Relationship Questionaire | Fill our your information | To Answer the questions simply enter " Yes" or "No"

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1. Frequent irritability.
2. Low energy or loss of interest in activities.
3. Negative, apathetic, or not caring about self.
4. Insomnia - problems sleeping.
5. Moodiness or mood swings.
6. Chronic low self-esteem.
7. Tendency to socially isolate.
8. Feelings of hopelessness, helplessness or excessive guilt.
9. Anxiety or panic attacks.
10. Worries excessively or senselessly.
11. Obsesses, seems locked into negative thought, can not let it go.
12. Overeating, binge eating.
13. Thoughts of death or suicide.
14. Difficulty thinking or concentrating.
15. Tearful or seems to cry chronicly.
15. Misinterprets comments as negative when they are not.
16. Inflexible or rigid in thinking.
17. Periods of mean, nasty, or insensitive behavior.
18. Verbally and/or physically abusive relationships.
19. Listening and Understanding.
20. Stress Management - Controlling Impulsive Behavior.
21. Assertive - Expressing feelings Appropriately.
22. Conflict Resolution - Keeping the Peace.
23. Stopping Multi-generational Habits.
24. Fighting Fair - No Threatenin - No Hitting.
25. Biofeedback: Self-controlling Stress.
26. Reconciling - Forgiveness & Rebuilding Trust.
27. Time Out for Couples - when the Hulk Shows Up.
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