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Coaching for ADHD Moms

Studies show that ADHD symptoms in young girls are often missed, which explains the wide gap in diagnosis between males and females. Thirty is the average age that a woman receives an accurate ADHD diagnosis, and many more women learn of their own ADHD after their children have been diagnosed. 

“There’s no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one.”—Jill Churchill

Symptoms of ADHD may look like the following: 

  • A persistent feeling of overwhelm

  • Brain fog

  • Not inviting people into your home because it's a mess

  • Forgetting appointments 

  • Chronic lateness

  • Talking too much

  • Frequently interrupting others

  • Piles of laundry or mail 

  • Difficulty managing calendars

  • Disorganization

  • Emotional dysregulation

  • Masking 

  • Imposter Syndrome 

Taking the time to understand how ADHD affects you will be the best investment you can make toward your journey as a mother. Coaching can help. 

What you can expect from coaching: 

  • Increase awareness on how ADHD impacts you

  • Develop a practice of self-compassion and forgiveness

  • Create a self-regulation tool kit for emotional wellbeing

  • Identify old belief systems around children and parenting that hold you back

  • Support in implementing organizational strategies for the home

  • Design a more peaceful home environment

  • Learn to communicate with your children with less judgement 

  • Learn how to advocate for yourself and your children's needs 

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