adhd and shame: fear of looking stupid

If you have ADD / ADHD and are afflicted with a self-sabotaging toxic shame, you may avoid asking questions for fear of looking stupid.  The strategy called “Take It to Court” helps you regain a sense of logic, so you can ask necessary questions to look competent.

 

ADHD Procrastination... or mentally stuck?

We can be world-class procrastinators when we’re unmotivated.  But more often, ADD/ADHD adults have trouble getting started for many reasons that have nothing to do with attitude or motivation!  This mental paralysis is different for every individual.  Discover what’s really holding you back with The Procrastination Survey

 

Do you have plans for a project this summer?  You may THINK you’ll finally turn your attention to that project you’ve been putting off.  But it doesn’t usually work out that way.  In fact, just the opposite…

ADHD Ambiguity and Anxiety Don’t Let Unanswered Questions be a Productivity Killer In both work and everyday life, you sometimes need to make decisions…

Who is talking loudest inside your head? Imagine you have a number of different characters living in your brain. One…

Free strategy training this week
I am starting 2015 ADD / ADHD strategy training with the theme of PAINLESS.…

ADD-ADHD and ambiguity When the task is ambiguous, you stay STUCK! Video 3 in series: “How Do I Get Myself to DO It?”…

Adult ADHD Video-Dog Tasks What motivates you to procrastinate? Series of Short Videos for Adult ADHD Chances are, if you’re an adult with ADD…

ADHD College Student in Denial Don’t succumb to Denial This month I’m writing about the “4 D’s” that commonly trip up ADD / ADHD College…

It becomes clear when you think about it When we aren’t moving forward on getting something done, we tend to…