Message from the Editor: We Reveal How to Set Yourself Up for Success with ADHD!

Each of the articles in this month’s edition, along with upcoming ADHD Awareness Month, have led me to reflect on what it takes to truly set yourself up for success with ADHD.

In this issue, we’ve got articles to help you “accomodate yourself” at work, how to cope with the upcoming fall and winter season in the Northern Hemisphere, where the lack of sunlight can be hard to take, and we’ve got part I of an exclusive interview with Sari Solden, where she shares lessons learned in 20 years of helping women with ADHD. You’ll certainly enjoy:

It isn’t easy, but living successfully with ADHD requires that you regularly ask yourself: What is working? What isn’t? What do I need now, in light of where I want to be? It means that you must then take a leap and commit to yourself – every day, even when you don’t feel like it, especially when you falter. You must dare to speak your truth, ask for what you need, celebrate yourself, and seek out new sources of support and inspiration – at home, at work, in the world.

And most certainly, it requires that you –

Believe in yourself,

Michelle Frank, Psy.D.
P.S. Enjoy this edition of the ADDA Insider and pop by our ADHD Awareness page to keep up with all the BIG things happening in October, ADHD Awareness Month


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