I love the ability the internet gives us to learn more about any subject. My ADHD is stimulated and happy when I let it go “free range” or “feral” on the internet. I’m also fascinated by neuroscience, which helps me understand how the brain and neurotransmitters contribute to our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Some links are heavier on science, while others are not. You get to pick what fits for you.

I will continue to update the links I have provided, and thank all who have generously shared their work with us.

Happy Surfing!

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (AD/HD)

National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Comprehensive information and resources
ADDed Dimension Coaching Group
Resources and ADD Consultations by Terry Malten, MSW, ACSW
Ned Hallowell, MD
Nancy A. Ratey, EdM, ABDA, MCC, AD/HD coaching
Sari Solden, MS, LMFT
ADD Resources contact email:
CHADD (Children and Adult with Attention Deficit Disorder)

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (AD/HD) and Addiction

AD/HD and Sex: And Interview with Ari Tuckman
The Truth About ADHD and Addition

Compulsive Gambling

Gamblers Anonymous contact email:
National Council On Problem Gambling
New York Council On Problem Gambling  (also available in Spanish)

Eating Disorders

ANRED: Information and Resources for Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia, Bing eating, and other eating disorders
National Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders Anonymous
Anorexia and Bulimics Anonymous
National Institute of Mental Health, Eating Disorders

Internet Addiction

The Center for Internet Studies

Neurobiology of Addictions

The Addicted Brain

Sex and Love Addictions

Dr. P. Carnes’ Resources for Sex Addiction and Recovery
Sex Addition’s Effects on Intimacy and Relationships
The Dark Side of the “O”
The Vicious Cycle of Adult ADD, Shame and Compulsive Sexuality
ADHD and Sex: An Interview With Arie Tuckman
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous SLAA
SLAA Online Group of Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous – Home

Shopping Addiction

Shopping Addition

Substance Use Disorders

Al-Anon & Alateen
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Alcoholics Anonymous
Cocaine Anonymous
In the Rooms Foundation
Marijuana Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Rational Recovery
Women for Sobriety