Is a distracted and scattered mind preventing you from securing the life you deeply desire?
You’re not alone. For many women just like you, the biggest obstacle on their path to self-actualization is their own mind. ADHD isn’t just for young boys anymore. Women from age twenty-four to thirty-six are now the fastest-growing population diagnosed and treated for ADHD today. While women are 4 times less likely to get diagnosed than men, research has shown that ADHD causes a greater toll on women due to societal pressure and internalizing their struggles.
Maybe you always knew your brain worked differently. It’s possible that thoughts seem to enter your mind, shuffle, and move on at incredible speed. Maybe you’ve always found yourself interested in many things, unable to focus and build upon one. You’re probably incredibly creative but find it difficult to distill that focus into consistent effort. Despite the challenges ADHD might bring you, it is still possible to achieve your goals efficiently and live the life you want!
In the illuminating guide, Women with ADHD you’ll learn about:
- signs and symptoms of ADHD that may have gone unnoticed.
- the role of Executive Function in the hyperactive mind.
- ADHD’s effect on social dysfunction and anxiety.
- step-by-step methods to declutter your life by defining your target areas.
- isolation and friendships for those with ADHD.
- improving relationships and choosing romantic partners that complement your mind.
- career paths vs. “pay the bills” jobs and the advantages of both.
- becoming intelligent with your spending habits.
- and much more!
If you are a woman with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, you’ve learned that the way you think, and act might not be what society would label as “correct.” In this breakthrough guide, you’ll be enlightened to the truth that is: there is no such thing as correct!
Although ADHD can present difficulties that others may have the privilege of avoiding, you can learn to work with—and LOVE—the way your mind works.