Category Archives: time to think

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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Strategies for a Successful Summer for Adults with ADHD

There are many different types of strategies for making the summer not only manageable for people with ADHD but to be more productive, organized and happy. I hope the following techniques will help you balance your summer relaxing and efficient. Be Realistic Going on vacations, having laid back work schedule, fun summer activities, you have to be…
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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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Get A Grip On Mind Clutter and ADHD

As adults with ADHD, our plates are often piled high with millions of urgent tasks.  You cannot focus on the task on the top of your to do list because you have a thousand other things that are nagging at you.  You have difficulty sleeping, even though you are tired because of a disagreement you had that…
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