STLMoms: Women & ADHD
(STLMoms) – ADHD isn’t just for kids. In fact, if you have a child with it, there’s a 60 percent chance that either you or your mate also has it.
Psychotherapist Dr. Russell Hyken talks about Adult ADHD and gives some tips on how to manage it.
How do you manage adult ADHD?
1. Create Structure -Structure is the key for calming the sensation of being overwhelmed.
2. Take a Step Back – Reassess your situation and options.
3. Set Limits – say `no` to the things that are not a good use of our time, or things that do not make you happy.
4. Revise Your Expectations Avoid setting the bar too high by comparing yourself to others.
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