Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a neurological syndrome. It affects children, teenagers and adults alike.

This syndrome (ADHD) needs to be understood and managed and the first positive step towards achieving it, is to become educated about the subject through reading good responsible books, therapy, counselling or ADHD Life skills Coaching.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) presents continuous challenges in most of the following fields:

1.  Time Management.
2.  Organization skills.
3.  Prioritization of tasks.
4.  Focus, Concentration, paying Attention.
5.  Completion of projects.
6.  Memory skills.
7.  Personal Relationships.
8.  Self Esteem.
9.  Sense of Achievement.
10. Mood Swings.
11.  Hyperactivity.
12.  Impulsivity.
13.  Perfectionism (black and white thinking).
14.  Boredom sensitive.
15.  Over Committing.

The secondary, co morbid effects of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder can be varied; they include:

1.  Depression.
2.  Irritability.
3.  Anger.
4.  Eating and sleeping disorders.
5.  Addictions.
6.  “Doom and Gloom” (negativity).
7.  Over reacting.
8.  Feelings of constant overwhelm.
9,  Lack or poor Self esteem and Self appreciation
10, Feeling of underachievement.

How can I as an ADHD Life skills Coach help you?

bullettpoint By providing you with knowledge of what ADHD is.
bullettpoint By helping you to identify your strengths and passion.
bullettpoint By guiding you to better self-esteem and self awareness.
bullettpoint By helping you to focus, to prioritize and to organize yourself.
bullettpoint By setting structures to your time and financial management.
bullettpoint By encouraging and supporting you.
bullettpoint By helping you to achieve a full life with less obstacles and delays.
bullettpoint By not passing judgements and explore with you all the possibilities available.

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