Wooohooo! As of today, January 25th 2019, it has officially been one year since our first in-person adult ADHD support group meeting. How did it all start? Let me give you a bit of a back story... Why I wanted to start a support group In October of 2017 I came across a video "Failing at Normal" … Continue reading Why being part of an ADHD support group is so AWESOME!
Earlier this week (only a few days late), I posted "How to explain rejection sensitivity dysphoria". I mentioned in brief how it affects me in my relationships so I wanted to dive a bit deeper into it and clarify where RSD shows up and what to do about it. Why is RSD such a big … Continue reading Why rejection sensitivity dysphoria makes relationships so hard
Do you experience rejection sensitivity dysphoria but aren't sure how to explain it? Don't worry, you are not alone! It's tough to understand what is going on when you are "in it" so I can sympathize as to how hard it is to explain it! Here's how! Rejection sensitivity dysphoria is when you feel both … Continue reading How To Explain Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria
Happy New Year!! I hope that you all had an amazing past couple of weeks and were able to spend your time off doing whatever makes YOU happy! Today I want to talk about how investing in ADHD coaching changed my life in 2018. I'll later point out how you can do the same to … Continue reading Partner with an ADHD Coach and Invest In Yourself For 2019
Here are yesterday's stats: Screen Time: 3h 8min (2h 8min)--> yesterday: 3h 14min Pickups: 47 --> yesterday: 52 Yesterday I used my GPS for 1hr so technically my screen time should be 2h8min! I still find 2 hours a lot of time to be on my phone but hey! It's better than 3 hours the … Continue reading I’m breaking up with my phone! – Day Three.
Thanks for the inspiration, Shania! And for just being an amazing person in general <3 After I figured out that I have Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria I really started to question all of my motives. Am I doing this because I am scared of rejection and the pain associated with it? Let me just give you a little … Continue reading She’s Not Just A Pretty Face