Women with ADHD & Breaking Down Your Goals Into Doable Steps

When the women that I coach tell me how overwhelmed they get by their  goals. I always try to tell them the importance of breaking large goals down into small steps so you are better able to accomplish them. Having a huge goal such as “clutter my home” on your to-do list would completely derail you, where […]

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Steps to Help College Students With ADHD Create a Time Management System

When the young adult starts college, they may be excited by how much unstructured and unscheduled time they have. But that freedom can be difficult for students with ADHD who have trouble with time management and with sensing the passage of time. The last minute homework assignment or studying for an exam can easily derail their efforts to stay […]

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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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Strategies for Combating Rumination When You Have ADHD

Rumination is when an adult with ADHD gets focused on a thought and can’t shift away from it. There maybe some days when an adult with ADHD feels calm and in control and then a thought will pop up that seems to stick. Maybe the person can’t stop thinking about how someone reacted to you […]

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