There are too many opportunities to feel misunderstood and like an outsider. We grow up seeing peers please the world with their ability to remember important dates, do what they said they’d do, not interrupt and let others talk.
Being a woman with ADHD can be lonely.
Thriving Sister Coaching was born of my deep love for my role as a sister. I am good at being a sister – at holding space, encouraging learning, and providing gentle accountability with a hearty dose of laughter.
Coach Elizabeth Brink helps women with ADHD get unstuck. Her clients are building skills to live with less shame while managing ALL the things of life, work, and family.
She’s also a mama with ADHD and former project manager in big tech, non-profit, and strategy consulting.
Elizabeth is trained and mentored by some of the ADHD coaching greats: Nancy Ratey, Linda Roggli, and Denslow Brown.
Currently living in Kansas City, MO with her husband and two young children, you can find Coach Elizabeth online at www.thrivingsistercoaching.com, on Instagram @coachelizabethbrink, and supporting women with ADHD in The ADHD Enclave online community.