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How many times have you spoken these sentences?

  • “Why is life so hard?”
  • “Why does it seem easier for other people?”
  • “How do I get so frustrated and overwhelmed?”
  • “What do I need to do to have the life I want?”
  • “Why am I always so tired?”
  • “Why don’t the things that work for other people work for me?”

Over and over again, for years, I asked the same questions.

I kept trying and feeling like a failure. So often, I felt that somehow I wasn’t getting it right. I utilized many ADHD strategies trying to make things better, and they did help a bit, but a key ingredient was missing…

I wasn’t yet aware that ADHD is what I was struggling with or how it was showing up in my life.

I was covering up my difficulties, and there were a lot of them. People didn’t see them because I was working full time to hide the reality of my struggles.

 So many times I would pick up my bruised and battered self, get back in there, and try harder. And each time it felt harder than the last time.

Life remained completely overwhelming until my diagnosis. The learning, growing, and changing after that has forever transformed my life for the better.

ADHD is too often misunderstood, not recognized, and mistreated, especially in anyone who doesn’t fit the stereotype, yet it explains almost every challenge I have had—in all aspects of my life.

I was covering up my difficulties, and there were a lot of them. People didn’t see them because I was working full time to hide the reality of my struggles.

 So many times I would pick up my bruised and battered self, get back in there, and try harder. And each time it felt harder than the last time.

Life remained completely overwhelming until my diagnosis. The learning, growing, and changing after that has forever transformed my life for the better.

ADHD is too often misunderstood, not recognized, and mistreated, especially in anyone who doesn’t fit the stereotype, yet it explains almost every challenge I have had—in all aspects of my life.

I was covering up my difficulties, and there were a lot of them. People didn’t see them because I was working full time to hide the reality of my struggles.

 So many times I would pick up my bruised and battered self, get back in there, and try harder. And each time it felt harder than the last time.

Life remained completely overwhelming until my diagnosis. The learning, growing, and changing after that has forever transformed my life for the better.

ADHD is too often misunderstood, not recognized, and mistreated, especially in anyone who doesn’t fit the stereotype, yet it explains almost every challenge I have had—in all aspects of my life.

Today my main question is:

How can I make my life and brain run more easily?

Here’s where I found my answer…

I focused on learning as much as I could about ADHD and its impact on women, and being late diagnosed. Armed with that knowledge I was finally able to let go of things that don’t work and focus on building a lifestyle that does work for me based on ADHD friendly practices.

I am following my heart, spending time doing what I am passionate about. I am creating a supportive community where people like you and me can openly share knowledge about ADHD, develop self-understanding, compassion, and kindness, and know that we are not alone. 

Join me and others just like you who are audaciously building ADHD Friendly Lifestyles.

Hosted By: Moira Maybin, M.Ed.(EdPsy.)

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