FORWARD

Since finishing my degree in psychology and beginning a career in ADHD coaching, I’ve been looking back on my life with much more clarity. I now see the effects of the invisible conditions that haunted my family:  bipolar …

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CLEANING

Cleaning is one of those activities that can utterly bring an otherwise motivated busy individual to a complete standstill. I become completely paralyzed when tasked with the demonic CHORE of cleaning my house and I …

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ADHD in the Classroom

Teachers have their hands full no matter what. Put 20+ elementary-aged children in a room together and see for yourself. Every one of them has a unique personality, temperament, way of interacting with others, and …

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What do Motivation & Forgiveness Have in Common?

A really fascinating fact: Motivation and Forgiveness are two examples of neurological behaviors. Bet you didn’t know that.

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“Be realistic about how long it takes to do something.”

This is strange advice, isn’t it? Who sets out to be unrealistic? Imagine: “Honey, I’m going for groceries, I’ll be back in 4 hours.”

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