Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the rollercoaster of emotions that come with ADHD?
Living with ADHD can be super frustrating. No matter how hard you try, it feels like falling short. Like you’re always running in circles without making any progress.
It feels like a constant struggle to maintain control and balance in your life.
The emotional highs and lows often lead to embarrassment, shame, anxiety, and depression. The good news: you (yes, you!) can learn to manage these negative emotions and reclaim control of your life. .
You’re not alone.
It’s no secret that women juggle a tonof responsibilities.
In today’s fast-paced world, there are more distractions than ever before, making it more difficult to stay focused. Throw ADHD into the mix and keeping up with daily tasks can feel almost impossible.
But what if you could…
- Be more in-tune with your ADHD diagnosis and emotions
- Have a clear understanding of why your emotions feel so out of control
- Gain more self-awareness and control of your emotions and life
- Step away from negative self-talk and reframe the way you think
- Shed the shame and learn to navigate the stigma attached to ADHD
- Confidently build and maintain healthy relationships
- Set solid boundaries and stick to them
If you’re thinking “yes, yes, yes!” then you, my friend, are in the right place.
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For most of my life I have struggled with emotional management issues.
Over the years, I have taken a looong list of medications.
No matter what I took I could never explain why I felt so awful about myself and why I had this sense of shame about living with ADHD.
I knew I was smart, but I doubted my ability to prove it.
I knew that I wanted to develop relationships, but I was so insecure I couldn’t put myself out there to try.
I’ve struggled with negative thought patterns running through my head telling me I was fat, ugly, stupid and undeserving.
It wasn’t until my early 20’s that I sought help from a psychotherapist and really started to look at some of the events and people in my life.
During this time I began to connect my emotional problems and anxiety with my ADHD.
After my son was born things got even crazier.
I finally had to admit to myself that momming with ADHD was no picnic.
So I started researching and learning more about women with ADHD.
Then I set out to build a community!
I wanted to connect and learn from other women. And even more, I wanted to share some of the tools I created for myself to turn things around.
These days I am feeling so much more confident and and at peace with both ADHD and the emotions that come with it.
I’m not a psychologist or an ADHD coach. But I am a believer in the power of YOU. You can change your life for the better.
Some of this will feel uncomfortable. But I promise –every day you will get a little bit stronger!