Cited in RewireMe: How To Stop Being Absent-Minded

I was asked for RewireMe to weigh in on how to manage distractions and stop being absent-minded, and was happy to help out.

To read the full post, click HERE.


Some people are more likely to be forgetful than others. “People with attention problems are more vulnerable to absent-mindedness because they already struggle to pay attention to the more mundane tasks of life. Instead, they are drawn to the most interesting and engaging elements of life,” says Alicia Clark, licensed clinical psychologist in Washington, DC.


To read a reposting the article on Spirituality and Health, click HERE.

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Alicia H. Clark, PsyD