Tag Archives: Adult ADHD

Adult ADHD Coaching: Time Management – Part 1

One of the core challenges for Adults with ADHD is Time Management. In our busy society, there are so many demands on you, that it can be hard to keep up with them all, and manage your time effectively. Many adults with ADHD struggle so much with time management that they end up with challenges […]

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Adult Coaching: ADHD & Bullying: Solutions for the workplace and beyond

Even after the ‘school yard’ is long gone, many adults with ADD/ADHD struggle with being bullied, alienated or feeling on the outside. There are challenges that come up during the work-day which can be very difficult to manage. In this month’s coaching session, Lynne Edris, our expert coach from CoachingADDvantages.com is going to help you […]

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Adult Coaching: Managing ADHD Stress

Living with Adult ADHD can lead to a lot of stress. Arguably more stress than if you didn’t have ADHD. That’s why we’ve put together this month’s coaching call. To help you to manage the stress in your life, Lynne Edris, our expert coach from CoachingADDvantages.com is going to help you with this training, called:  ”Managing […]

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Adult Coaching: ADD Doesn’t take a Summer Vacation?

When summer comes, it brings unique opportunities and unique challenges. While it may give you a ‘break’ from the regular year, it can also produce new challenges and issues. To help you to make the most of your summer, Lynne Edris, our expert coach from CoachingADDvantages.com is going to help you with this training, called:  ”ADD […]

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Adult Coaching: The Power Of Fidget

  Adults with ADD/ADHD often have a lot more energy than other people. And they learn and work differently. Sometimes, sitting still to get things done often  just doesn’t work. We need to find the best ways for you to function, and then it’ll help you to succeed. To help you, Lynne Edris, our expert […]

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Adult Coaching: Improving Social Skills

For many people with ADD/ADHD, making and keeping friends can be a challenge. There are the ‘core’ ADHD symptoms which impact friendships – like being inattentive, distracted, impulsive and restless… And then as you are an adult, ADHD can impact your day to day functioning and stress level which makes it harder to make and […]

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