Category Archives: quiet time

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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Benefits of Journal Writing For Adults with ADHD

  Keeping a journal is a wonderful activity for people with ADHD, it allows you to reflect on your life regularly. It becomes more obvious where your challenges lie when you have to put your experiences down on paper. As an adult with ADHD, there can be a huge amount of activity going on in…
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ADHD & How To Stop Negative Thoughts

There you go again…. Criticizing yourself with negative thoughts and always worrying about what other people think.  As a women with ADHD you may worry about what people think about your opinions and decisions.  You may not feel good about yourself, so you hold back.  But this only achieves one thing; it keeps you right…
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Got ADHD? Walk It Out !

Going for a walk is a good form of exercise for adults with ADHD and has several benefits for the brain. When you walk, it causes you to activate your brain’s ‘dopamine This is the series of brain areas that come to life when you’re having difficulty focusing.  It also allows your brain to come up…
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