Perfectionism is a problem for ADHDers and non-ADHDers alike. Find out how to conquer it.
This Post Contains Affiliate Links. Google “Is ADHD real” and the first hit that pops up is a misguided article from what you might think would be a trusted source. A therapist wrote it and it’s…WRONG. Does it bother you too? If our doctors and therapists are so misinformed about ADHD, we’ll keep getting misdiagnosed. […]
This post contains affiliate links. Inattention. It’s the antithesis of being productive. It’s hard to get things done when you’re scattered and all over the place inside. Overwhelm comes from having 50,000 mental tabs that keep opening randomly. That makes it hard to be productive. You can’t pay attention or stay focused! So how are […]
A holistic approach to ADHD can make all the difference in the world, if you know what you’re doing. The difficulty that comes with the struggle to regulate attention can’t be understated. But when we encorporate behavior strategies with medical intervention, ADHD doesn’t have to be the monster that it can be. Whether you’ve been […]
This post contains affiliate links. We’ve all heard about the negative effects of stress. I mean, do you remember that commercial about cortisol? I can still hear it playing in my head: “Stress increases cortisol. Cortisol increases belly fat. XYZ products helps reduce belly fat. You need XYZ product!” Funny how that sticks with you. […]
This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from one of my links, I get a small commission at not cost to you. I only recommend things I use and really believe in. In response to my last article on ADHD in women being misdiagnosed, I got so many requests for more information! In my first […]
ADHD is missed in 50-75% of women. It’s often called anxiety, depression, and even OCD. When she has a child that’s diagnosed with ADHD is when she’s most likely to discover her own struggle. ADHD often leads to anxiety and depression as a secondary response to all of the challenges that go with untreated ADHD. […]
These 4 detailed strategies will help you find your calm and release those overwhelming emotions while helping you grow in the process.
If a person is angry because they are hungry and we call it “hangry,” what do we call it when a person is angry because they are not sleeping well? Slangry? Pardon my strange musings, but if you think you might be “slangry” let me help you there. You see, I have pretty chronic trouble […]
Welcome to the next edition of Journaling for healing! If you missed the first post, definitely go back and take a look at Part One before moving on because it contains some really important mindset shifts that are needed to keep your journaling a healing experience and not a pointless, or even harmful, one. Assuming […]