ADHD Doesn’t Have to Be Exhausting!

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Whether you have ADHD or a loved one does, it can feel downright tiresome at times.

adhd-exhaustingI’m not talking about the sleep problems (of which there are many), I mean all the effort! The racing to stay ahead of the chaos, the working harder and longer than everyone else just to get by. AND the constant talk in our head. Those negative, worrisome, anxious thoughts can be relentless.

The thing is, it doesn’t have to be that way! As I always say, “Living with ADHD doesn’t have to be so hard!” Not when we have learned about our own or a loved one’s ADHD and have uncovered those strategies and systems that we can leverage to our benefit.

If you want to join us on a journey of discovering your own unique ways to succeed with ADHD, join Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD and the iACTcenter on July 15-19 for the 9thannual Succeed with ADHD Telesummit (SWAT) where 25 leaders (including me!) on current ADHD issues will help you design your own path to thriving with ADHD.

Sign up here.

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