You decide which memories to keep, and what gets left on the cutting room floor. Go easy on yourself, and go easy on each other, we can almost never have someone's full story.
Go ahead and celebrate any holiday you'd like!
Staying safe might look like avoiding something that appears to be completely harmless, like a beach at low tide, or a good friend that appears to be completely healthy.
The way we get someone's attention is every bit as important as the thing we have to say. Believe that the other person wants to help you. Help them help you.
Admission: I have spent several months with one foot in my business project, and one foot in being a stay-at-home mom (that was my full-time gig up until this year when my youngest daughter started preschool - now it's only most of time!) I find myself not really being able to give my heart to … Continue reading I Need to Declutter & Here’s a Glimmer of Hope
I kept practicing overriding that thought; it was strangely empowering!
Are you doing this to yourself?
Thinking about a problem is the first step to solving it
A person with ADHD is, first and foremost, a person. If you are also a person, you might enjoy the content of this blog. 😉 This is particularly true if you have ever experienced any of the following "symptoms": You have procrastinatedYou've gotten distractedYou've been forgetfulYou've struggled to get organizedYou've struggled to prioritizeYou've felt overwhelmed or "scattered"You've been disappointed in how … Continue reading Is This Blog for Me? (I Don’t Have ADHD…)
Nothing motivates better than bliss