"What if you allowed yourself to do the 'bad thing' but made a little less bad...for now?" Hey there, it's Dr. Hua, and today I want to share a deeply…
Self-care means different things to different people. Living with ADHD as an adult is mentally, emotionally, and physically draining, especially without self-compassion, self-awareness and routine self-care practices. Building a strong foundation of self-care is essential to making effective use of tools and tactics.
Rejection sensitive dysphoria (RSD) is a strong, painful, and sudden emotional reaction to rejection, criticism, or failure.
Many people assume that self-awareness comes naturally. In reality, it can be hard to develop, especially for people with ADHD.
If you’re not eating a whole foods diet full of all the right stuff, you may have a vitamin deficiency. There’s no easier way to take care of your health than to toss in a few supplements! After consulting with your doctor that is.
Self-compassion. What is it? Why do we need it? How do we get it? These are all the questions we need to answer to grow as humans. In fact, self-compassion is at the start of many of our ADHD journeys.
Does managing your ADHD medicine stress you out in some way every month. I know the feeling. Here's what's help me.
After you’ve been diagnosed the real work begins. Not only for you, but your family as well. One can compare the journey most of us go through after diagnosis to the stages of grief.
This article will be about cognitive distortions, or traps and how they can influence your thinking. These are NOT unique to ADHD yet I find I’ve been guilty of all of them at times. We’re only human after all.
Stop wasting your own time and money wondering what you’re doing wrong or what’s wrong with you. You already know, you just haven’t connected the dots yet.
With ADHD you HAVE to be your own advocate! I share my story to inspire you to become your own health advocate, so you can understand no one will do as good a job as you will.