It’s overwhelming, and it’s driving you crazy!

Have you ever felt like you were watching five different TV screens at once and didn’t know which one to focus on?

There’s something important happening on each screen, yet you can’t seem to select and fix your eyes on the one that counts the most?

Despite your best efforts, you never get done in a day what others seem to be able to do?

It’s maddening. You’re frustrated and always feeling like a failure because you can’t seem to get things done the way others do.

You can stop beating yourself up. There’s nothing wrong with you!

Perhaps that work assignment that takes others only 10 minutes takes you 45 because you get so easily distracted. You’re not a failure. You’re just wired differently.

You simply have a brain trait that makes it hard to complete tasks that everyone else completes quite easily.

Did you know that Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often goes undiagnosed in adults because they aren’t aware of this unique brain trait?

That’s good to know, but it’s still wreaking havoc in my life.

Left untreated, ADHD can take a toll on your relationships: “Why can’t you ever get anywhere on time?” “Why can’t I depend on you to do what you say you will?” “Why don’t you ever call me back?”

It can also throw a wrench into the works at the office: “Why can’t you finish the work you promise by your deadline?” “Everyone else seems to be able to keep up. Why can’t you?”

It’s not your fault. Your brain processes information differently; your executive function skills differ from everyone else’s.

But that doesn’t mean they’re not as good as everyone else’s or that you are somehow “less than.”

ADHD may appear to confine you, but it shouldn’t define you.

Those executive function skills are only one component of your total package as a person.

In fact, you most likely have amazing gifts, unusual creativity, and an ability to notice details that others don’t!

Working in tandem with your gifts makes all the difference – trying to be like everyone else will not.

You can still have a successful life with ADHD. Let me help you design what that looks like.

All it takes is a bit of refinement.

First, we’ll get rid of the shame, sadness, and poor self-esteem you’ve been battling – likely, for longer than you can remember.

Instead, we’ll cultivate your understanding of what ADHD really is. Did you know there are actually three types of ADHD? Inattentive, Hyperactive, and Combined? Those with the Inattentive type often go undiagnosed because they don’t display the typical behaviors associated with ADHD. Once we have the right diagnosis, we can customize a treatment plan that truly works for you.

Finally, we’ll replace those old negative feelings with confidence and clarity about your next best steps for a successful life.

Reclaim your power, your clarity, your joy!

ADHD doesn’t have to stop you from having a successful life.

You simply need to make adjustments in some areas to enjoy a genuine sense of success and, ultimately, peace.

Reach out today: (562) 400-5394. Let’s get those competing screens under control.

I’m here for you and look forward to crafting a success plan that will guide you to a beautiful future.