Question of the Week: Do You Prefer Quiet or Bustling Holidays?

Eileen Bailey Health Guide
  • For many adults (and children) with ADHD, the noisy, bustling holiday season is a major distraction, making it difficult to focus from early November through January. They may crave and require some down time each day or each week, to regenerate and help cope.


    Other adults may thrive with the added activities on their schedule, finding the excitement helps to satisfy their need for extra stimulation.


    What is your choice?

    Do you like quiet holidays spent with a few close friends and family members or do you enjoy the hustle and the bustle of the holiday season?


    Thanks for taking the time to answer.

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Published On: November 10, 2009