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ADHD Traits

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.

Individuals with ADHD often struggle with motivation, procrastination, overwhelm, time management, and organization. (To learn more about each trait, click the slides below)

These traits can have a significant impact on their daily lives, making it difficult to complete tasks, meet deadlines, and stay focused on their goals.

Motivation can be a challenge for those with ADHD, as they may struggle to find interest in tasks that do not immediately capture their attention. ​Procrastination is also common, as individuals with ADHD may struggle to prioritize tasks and manage their time effectively. ​Overwhelm can set in when faced with a large amount of work or information, leading to difficulties in decision-making and prioritization. ​Finally, poor time management and organization can lead to a cycle of missed deadlines and unfinished projects. Despite these challenges, individuals with ADHD can learn strategies to manage these traits and achieve success in their personal and professional lives. You can find more information on the specific traits in the slides below.

To learn more about each trait, click the slides below.


Experiencing ADHD overwhelm can feel like being caught in a storm of thoughts, tasks, and emotions all at once. Imagine having a to-do list that keeps growing, and no matter how hard you try to focus, your mind jumps from one thing to another like a pinball machine.


It's like having multiple TV channels on at the same time, making it challenging to concentrate on one. Small tasks may seem like mountains, and the constant flood of information can be exhausting.


It's not just about having a lot to do; it's the feeling of being trapped in a whirlwind of thoughts and responsibilities, making it hard to decide where to start or how to catch a breath.


This overwhelm can affect daily life, from work to personal relationships, creating a sense of chaos and frustration. It's not just a fleeting stress; it's a persistent challenge that requires understanding and coping strategies to navigate.

(If you would like more information on Overwhelm, click on the Overwhelm page in the header)

Aren't you worth it?

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