Want to make some changes but don’t know where to begin? We all feel that way sometimes, but ADHD has a way of complicating things. Take a minute to read our article by Linda Walker in this edition for some helpful hints on how you can move away from putting out fires and towards intentional action.
Don’t forget that we have expanded our virtual support groups and workshops in order to offer more connection and guidance centered around your needs and interests. The feedback we’ve received has been outstanding; you won’t want to miss out on these game-changing virtual programs.
Speaking of support and connection, you may have heard the big news that ADDA is partnering with Sari Solden for Better Together Festival, a celebration of women with ADHD and the men and organizations who have supported them. The event takes place in May in the Ann Arbor, MI area and will be an opportunity for the ADDA community to reconnect and celebrate together face-to-face. ADDA members receive $100 off the ticket price with promo code ADDALOVE. Register now!
Don’t forget to submit your questions about women’s ADHD at www.add.org/women to be answered by Sari Solden in regular video posts.
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If you’re feeling stuck and you want to make some changes, Walker’s article will inspire you, and ADDA will be there to help you take action. If you’re not an ADDA member yet, this is definitely the year you should join ADDA and begin taking action to master your ADHD.