adult adhd

Feeling Burnt Out? I’m Not Surprised, and You Shouldn’t Be Either

A few years ago, I had a large influx of clients. Within a month and a half, I welcomed seven new clients. Of the seven, six confided that they were on leave from work for burnout! One was on sick leave for burnout for the third time and, believing there must be some underlying cause, […]

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ADHD and Sleep Issues from A to Zzzzz

If you have ADHD and you struggle to fall asleep, you’re not crazy, you’re not being bad and most of all, you’re not alone. Several studies have revealed that people with ADHD are more likely to have irregular circadian rhythms. What’s a circadian rhythm? According to the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, “circadian rhythms

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Adult ADHD’s Dirty Little Secret Revealed

What did I accomplish all day? Many of my adult ADHD coaching clients and learners ask themselves this question every day. Heck! You’re likely asking yourself the same question today. What’s most frustrating is that while you came into work fully intending to tackle the three-inch pile of work in your inbox, and you didn’t

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How to Ask for Accommodations at Work (Without Coming Out About ADHD!)

Accommodations at Work The workplace has become a very challenging place, even for neurotypicals. Maybe it’s always been this way, but with the speed things happen today, increased expectations from bosses and clients and world-wide competition for your job, it certainly seems more stressful than ever. If you have adult ADHD, you add a big

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Interview on the Economic Impact of ADHD and It’s Big

Attention Talk Radio interview as Jeff Copper and I discuss the findings of a journal review on the Economic Impact of Childhood and Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in the United States. Among notable information: “The overall national annual incremental costs of ADHD ranged between $143 and $266 billion”. Adult ADHD counts for $105 to $194 billion

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