Do You Have Or Think You Have ADHD?
Perhaps you were recently diagnosed with ADHD, suspect you have it, or have always been aware of it. Maybe you are looking for clarification, understanding and would like to learn new strategies. You might be looking for help with work, academics, organization, relationships, interpersonal skills, emotion management, or coping with sensory sensitivities. It could be helpful to have a conversation with someone who understands and can help put things into perspective. You also might be a spouse, or family member looking for support and strategies. It can be helpful to speak with someone to develop an understanding of ADHD and learn ways to cope.
How Does it Effect You?
If you have adult ADHD you may be more impulsive, easily distracted, or struggle with attention, which can make it hard to focus on one task long enough to complete it. You may procrastinate or delay your tasks, which can make it difficult to start working on the task in the first place. As such, prioritization and procrastination issues can overlap. This can make it hard to start and finish projects, which can make it difficult to know what is most important. Processing difficulties can also play a part, as well as time management issues. You may also find that you overfocus on one task and neglect others, which can also lead to difficulty with seeing the whole picture and trouble with prioritization. Keep in mind, each person with ADHD is different and is impacted in their own way.
What Can You Do?
It can help to learn more about your ADHD and understand how your mind works, focus on your strengths, and learn to accept yourself. There are a variety of techniques that can be effective in coping with daily challenges, help you understand and shift your mindset, teach techniques to manage your thoughts and emotions, and teach skill building in organization, planning, time management, or problem solving.
If you're experiencing challenges you think may be related to ADHD and would like to try some strategies then click the button below and get in touch today.
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