Setting Achievable Goals for Neurodivergent Adults
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Setting Achievable Goals for Neurodivergent Adults

Setting achievable goals can be a challenge for anyone, but it can be particularly daunting for neurodivergent adults. Neurodivergent people have unique strengths and challenges that can make traditional goal-setting methods less effective. However, with the right approach, setting achievable goals can be a powerful tool for personal growth and success. One key to setting…

Effective New Year Resolutions for Neurodivergent People
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Effective New Year Resolutions for Neurodivergent People

If you are neurodivergent, setting New Year’s resolutions can be a daunting task. Let’s face it, we all want to set effective new year resolutions. Otherwise, what’s the point? But traditional resolutions may not work for your unique needs and abilities. With some thoughtful planning and consideration, however, you can set effective resolutions that work…

Understanding the Connection Between Executive Dysfunction and ADHD
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Understanding the Connection Between Executive Dysfunction and ADHD

Today, I’m going to dive into the connection between executive dysfunction and ADHD. Prefer to listen rather than read? Press play below. As women and as moms especially, we have to juggle and remember a ton of things for everyone. All of that is part of executive functioning. If you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD (or…

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Motherhood and Executive Functioning

The everyday demands of life can take their toll on anyone, but moms face extra challenges. Most moms strive for a balanced lifestyle in order to keep their families running smoothly. Achieving that balance relies heavily on using executive functioning skills. However, if you have executive dysfunction, this is a double whammy. Prefer to listen…

8 Tips to Build Executive Functioning Skills
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8 Tips to Build Executive Functioning Skills

In recent years, there has been an emphasis on helping students build executive functioning skills. However, I’ve met many people who have been diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. Often, especially in women, the diagnosis creates a lightbulb moment of “Ah, that explains why I am the way I am.” However, the diagnosis alone doesn’t…