Category Archives: communication

Managing Shame with ADHD

One of the subjects that comes up alot during my coaching sessions with my clients is shame. Shame is an emotion that can play a huge part in the lives of individuals with ADHD. When an individual with ADHD feels shame, they feel a huge sense of embarrassment and humiliation about who they are. And, the…
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ADHD & Anxiety: Self Help Tips

Anxiety disorders occur more frequently in adults with ADHD than the general population. ADHD and anxiety disorder symptoms can overlap. They both cause restlessness,excessive worry,forgetful, disorganized and  trouble settling down enough to fall asleep. Although the treatment of anxiety often includes medication, there are also some strategies adults with ADHD can use to reduce symptoms…
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5 Ways to Improve Social Skills for Adults with ADHD

Social situations may be very difficult for Adults with ADHD. They don't seem to have the type of antenna which picks up the social cues and undertones of social interactions. They often are not aware of how other people are feeling or how they appear to others.  Here are some ways to increase your social…
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Adult ADHD: Tips to Curb Impulsive Speech

When you have Adult ADHD, it may feel like you can’t control on what you are going to say. Talking impulsively is a symptom, however there are ways to control it and avoid embarrassment. Here are some tips to help you improve your social communication skills. The following are tips to help you improve social…
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