ADHD and Organization: Managing Executive Dysfunction
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ADHD and Organization: Managing Executive Dysfunction

Living with ADHD can present challenges in staying organized and managing everyday tasks. Neurodivergent people often struggle with executive dysfunction, which can make it difficult to stay on top of responsibilities and maintain an organized living and working environment. But there are strategies and tips that can help you navigate the challenges of ADHD and…

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…

Neurodivergence and Self-Limiting Beliefs
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Neurodivergence and Self-Limiting Beliefs

‍Self-limiting beliefs are often deeply ingrained in our minds, formed through past experiences, societal conditioning, and comparisons to others. There tends to be a huge overlap between neurodivergence and self-limiting beliefs. Prefer to listen rather than read? Press play below. Often, the comparisons to others happen more with neurodivergent people. They (or those around them)…

Neurodiversity and Impulse Control
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Neurodiversity and Impulse Control

As we learn more about how brain functions differ, we understand that neurodiversity and impulse control impact how people live. Rather than seeking a one-size-fits-all solution, we realize neurodivergent people need more personalized strategies that can help them manage their impulses with confidence. These strategies acknowledge the distinctive wiring of each brain and offer a…

Emotional Regulation and Executive Function Skills
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Emotional Regulation and Executive Function Skills

Emotional regulation is the ability to manage our emotions, and it is closely linked to executive function skills. Managing our emotions is not always an easy task, but it is crucial for our overall well-being. Emotions affect our decisions, actions, and interactions with others.  Emotional regulation is about managing our emotions effectively, so they don’t…