Moving from threat to partner with your non-ADHD loved ones with Elizabeth Brink
We don’t set out to break promises or miss deadlines (repeatedly). Our challenges with knowing where to start or following through to completion are not meant to be statements of how we feel about those around us. Being misunderstood and not meeting expectations are commonplace for many ADHD people.
In interpersonal relationships, ADHD folks can struggle to be given the benefit of the doubt. These experiences can be deeply painful and overwhelming, often resulting in more avoidance and tension.
Repairing connection with loved ones is a practice anyone can learn. Join us to explore ways to reset your personal relationships and cultivate supportive partnerships with those you love.
- Take an honest look at everyone involved to gain perspectives that support repair and connection.
- Identify simple actions to develop self-trust to enhance connection with others.
- Discover ways to partner with loved ones to support both of your desired outcomes.
- Lectures 3
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 38
- Assessments Yes