From bursts of anxiety that can drain your brain’s energy and common mood swings to poor health and unsuccessful career, negative by-products of ADHD can be numerous.
If you choose to avoid the medications, there are numerous other ways to treat adult ADHD and things you can do that may have a positive impact on your life.
Shifting to proactive rather than reactive mindset is absolutely essential at the time of the coronavirus pandemic. How to go about it?
I’m sharing a lot of my personal experience with adult ADHD – how to recognize the symptoms, what kind of doctor to visit, is it possible to outgrow ADHD if you’ve had it as a child and does medication eliminate only the negative traits while keeping the good ones.
You can’t focus, but when you finally do, you could keep going for hours? You find it hard to sit still and you often have insane amounts of energy? You think you have ADHD?
Surprise surprise, Mr ENFP with ADHD battles with procrastination (and sounding like a 4 letter government organization). Here’s what I’ve figured out that has helped me stop procrastinating and finish a bunch of creative projects.
Coming off some recent entrepreneurial and investment lessons, I’m sharing some ideas for making tough decisions and overcoming cognitive biases such as the sunk cost fallacy.
Is this really…all there is to it?! Inspired by a question from one of my young ENFP subscribers and a raging storm here in Valencia, I want to share some life advice on the turbulent teen age, as well as a different perspective on storms in our lives.