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Category: Young Adults with ADHD

  • Got A Question? Ask Me Anything And Get It Answered!
    Are you looking for answers, advice, or guidance about living with ADHD and embracing neurodiversity, parenting, being an entrepreneur, ADHD coaching, and anything you've always wanted to ask? Now's your opportunity! Bring your questions, conundrums, challenges, and problems for us to solve. Learn more here!
  • Embrace Neurodiversity in Four Powerful Ways To Fulfill Your Life
    Neurodiversity is a concept that celebrates the natural diversity of human brains and minds. It emphasizes that neurological differences are natural variations of the human experience rather than defects that need to be fixed. In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of neurodiversity and the need for neurodiversity-affirming practices to support individuals and their families who with neurodivergence. Here are four ways to embrace neurodiversity so you and your loved ones can empower yourselves to live a fulfilling life.
  • Three Proven Ways to Stay Calm and Assert Boundaries Parenting ADHD
    As a parent of a child with ADHD and related challenges, you may face the demanding and stressful mission of sticking to boundaries. Impulse control, staying consistent, weathering intense emotions, and self-management are executive functioning challenges that make it tough to establish and enforce boundaries when you live with ADHD. Here are three proven ways to stay calm and assertive to maintain your boundaries and have peace in your family.
  • Relationship Struggles? How to Fulfill Your Needs and Strengthen Intimacy with ADHD
    Forgetfulness, distractibility, and emotional dysregulation can lead to frustration, misunderstanding, and resentment in relationships. Here are three ways to strengthen your communication so you can have more intimacy and connection when you live with ADHD.
  • Three Powerful Ways to Embrace Self-Compassion with ADHD
    Do you beat yourself up when you’re late for a meeting, miss a deadline, or make a mistake? Do you silently tell yourself you’re no good, and call yourself a failure? When you live with ADHD, self-criticism can become a harsh, internal dialogue, which gets in the way of success. Here are three powerful ways to unlock self-criticism and embrace self-compassion so you can live a more satisfying life.

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