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6 Ways To Get Motivated With ADHD

Adults with ADHD throughout their lives may have been called “lazy” or “unmotivated”. Although most adults with ADHD can get easily motivated by a task/activity that is interesting, the dull & boring tasks/activities are put off to the side until another time, even though they are important. The following strategies are some ways to help…
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ADHD & Sleep: How to End the ‘I Can’t Sleep’ Cycle

Sleep problems is one of the biggest complaints among adults with ADHD. Some of most common reasons why you may have difficulty getting a good night’s rest when you have Adult ADHD is not being unable to slow down your ADHD brain, being troubled by what happened during the day and tasks that you didn’t…
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Enhancing Self-Esteem of Adults with ADHD

One of the common aspects of Adult ADHD is the lack of self esteem. Many adults with ADHD have endured difficulties in school, labeled as problem kids, told they were not working up to their potential, they were dumb and incapable and after hearing this over and over again they started to believe that what they…
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The ADHD Resilience Factor

Resiliency is how well an indiduval with ADHD can recover from the ups and downs in life and how we see and respond to mistakes. Adults with ADHD can make the choice to see the tough situations as a challenge that you can work to overcome or see it as a stressfull experience and avoid…
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