Here is a simple 2 minute exercise in the tradition of mindfulness that can help people with ADHD slow down and be aware of what we are doing, what we meant to be doing, what we are feeling, and what comes next. By stopping for just a few minutes to check in with ourselves, we often end up moving at a faster rate because we’re more aware and directed. It really works!
Women with attention deficit disorder may find themselves facing challenges that cause stress, anxiety, feelings of inadequacy, and unhealthy thought and behavior patterns. An ADHD coach who is knowledgeable about how attention deficit disorder affects women can help clients lead more calm, healthy, and directed lives.
College students with ADD/ADHD may face challenges that feel overwhelming. Before college, parents may have advocated for their children and helped them keep track of their homework, stay organized and complete tasks and assignments. Teachers may have broken assignments up into manageable chunks and reminded students about upcoming tests or quizzes.