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Are you Impulsively Aware?

Why Impulsively Aware?

Welcome to Impulsively Aware, where ADHD coaching takes on a name as dynamic as the minds it supports. You might be wondering, "Why Impulsively Aware?" Well, let me peel back the layers and give you a glimpse into the heartbeat of this coaching venture.

First and foremost, "Impulsively" captures the spirited energy and creativity often associated with ADHD. It's that spark of spontaneity, the ability to think outside the box, and the whirlwind of ideas that make individuals with ADHD a force of nature. It's not a flaw; it's a unique quality, and we celebrate it here.

Now, pair that with "Aware." This isn't just about recognizing impulsivity; it's about being consciously, vibrantly aware of it. It's the understanding that within the ebb and flow of impulsive thoughts lies a well of potential, waiting to be tapped into. We're not just navigating impulsivity; we're embracing it, exploring its depths, and leveraging it for personal growth.

So, why this name? Because coaching at Impulsively Aware is a journey of self-discovery, a dance with the nuances of ADHD, and a celebration of the vibrant minds that grace this space. It's about empowering individuals to be fully, unapologetically aware of their impulses, quirks, and strengths. ​When you choose Impulsively Aware, you're not just choosing coaching; you're choosing a mindset. A mindset that says, "Yes, I'm impulsive, and I'm aware of it. Now, let's make it work for me." It's a name that reflects the energy, the challenges, and the triumphs that come with ADHD, all wrapped up in a playful, empowering package. ​So, welcome to a coaching experience that embraces the impulsive, celebrates the aware, and propels you toward a life where your ADHD is not a hindrance but a vibrant part of the journey. Let's navigate the world of ADHD together, impulsively and aware.

Practice the pause.

Pause before judging.

Pause before assuming.

Pause before accusing.

Pause whenever you're about to react harshly and you'll avoid doing and saying things you'll regret later.

- Lori Deschene

Mindfulness can help with overwhelm, anxiety and stress

Aren't you worth it?

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