The Best Cure For Breaking Bad Habits

“It is remarkable how little friction is required to prevent bad behavior. When I hide beer in the back of the fridge where I can’t see it, I drink less. When I delete social media apps from my phone, it can be weeks before I download them again and log in.”  James Clear, Atomic Habits […]

You Are Not Who You Think You Are

Yes – you read that correctly: You are not who you think you are. you’re more But I also know you are living with ADHD and trying really hard to “pass” for normal. Whatever normal is. This struggle to appear normal always makes me think of the following quote: “It’s funny about ‘passing.’ We disapprove […]

5 Habits That Make You Look Lazy

“Lazy” is a word I hear entirely too often. Inattentive ADHD adults are often labeled as lazy. And even worse, we sometimes label ourselves that way. A couple days ago I was explaining to my Coaching Corner group that I have accepted that I need a cleaning person a couple times per month. Knowing everything […]

Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria Sucks

This guest post was done by the lovely Danielle, from The Spicy Therapist. I have written about RSD before, but this article blew me away! Consider this your new epic guide to Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria! ————————————————————————– Are you a “people pleaser”? Does failure terrify you? Does “letting down” a loved one send you into an […]

ADHD Adults: A Manifesto

I usually write for women. But this article is for all of my fellow ADHD adults who know the struggle is real. I see you. According to Merriam Webster online, a “manifesto”, is a written statement declaring publicly the intentions, motives, or views of its issuer. I had to look up the word because manifesto […]

How To Implement Powerful But Kind Boundaries

“Compassion without boundaries is not compassion.” –Brene Brown Without getting too dramatic, boundaries are a huge deal. Boundaries are what make relationships work. Talking to my private clients and group members, I notice that those of us with ADHD have very poor personal boundaries. Many ADHDers have trouble with the interpersonal stuff as it is, […]