Improve Your Sleep Habits to Improve Executive Functioning
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Improve Your Sleep Habits to Improve Executive Functioning

If you’re a woman struggling with executive functioning, you may be surprised to learn that your sleep habits could be contributing to your difficulties. Sleep hygiene, or the habits and practices that promote healthy sleep, plays a crucial role in managing executive functioning. While there are many factors that can impact executive functioning, sleep habits…

Thriving Through the Holidays: Coping Strategies for Neurodivergent Adults
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Thriving Through the Holidays: Coping Strategies for Neurodivergent Adults

The holiday season can be (should be?) a time of joy, celebration, and togetherness. However, for neurodivergent people, this time of year can present unique challenges that may impact their well-being and ability to fully participate in the festivities. These challenges can put a damper on the fun, but if you go into the season…

Managing Executive Function Challenges During the Holidays
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Managing Executive Function Challenges During the Holidays

The holiday season can be a time of joy and celebration, but managing executive function challenges can be difficult during this chaotic time.  Executive function refers to the set of mental skills that help you to manage your time, pay attention, switch focus, plan and organize, remember details, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. For neurodivergent…

Impulse Control to Improve Relationships
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Impulse Control to Improve Relationships

If you struggle with impulsivity, learning impulse control to improve relationships can be helpful. Impulsive decisions can have long-term consequences in your relationships. Relationships come in many forms – romantic partnerships, friendships, familial bonds – each playing a vital role in our lives. In the heat of the moment, when emotions run high, making rational, well-thought-out…