ADHD is An Excuse.

Understand yourself better and reinterpret/heal the past.

Carol Gignoux, M.Ed

Filed Under: ADHD

ADHD is An Excuse

Of course it is. Even if it’s usually a good one. You must remember that anything you use to explain behavior that takes away from your power, wholeness, and worthiness –  is always negative.

ADHD is An Excuse
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Almost all people I have worked with having the Innovator brain Type (mislabeled ADHD) have a need to understand themselves better and reinterpret/heal the past.When someone can begin to see how interpretations are just that – interpretations – they are then able to rewrite their own history and be able to see themselves from a more understanding, fair – and TRUE –  point of view.

We all have this tendency top make ourselves smaller than we are – unworthy and not good enough.
When you take another look with the support of a qualified professional, you can see that what is holding you back is not so much your brain’s faulty executive functions (coaching helps you improve those) but really – for good or bad – your own self-image.

When you begin to think positively about yourself and treat yourself like a winner – you become one.You won’t want nor need to make excuses because you’ll be too busy becoming the really talented and wonderful person that has been locked inside of you all along. Contact me for more information.

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Make Progress with the Right Executive Function Coach

As one of the 10+ million U.S. adults with ADD, I genuinely understand the challenges of living with ADHD as well as the positive results that can be achieved through coaching. With the help of a great executive functioning skills coach, adult ADHD treatment can change lives. With the right behaviors and coping mechanisms, it’s easier to overcome some of the worst symptoms. Those include distraction, lack of punctuality, untidiness, forgetfulness, failure to meet deadlines, and more.

By practicing these success strategies, performance at work can improve, too. Life at home will become more stable and relaxing. Enrich every important personal relationship. And most importantly, you’ll gain a new level of self-confidence.

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