the ADHD Guy
what is Heartfulness?
Heartfulness means discovering, identifying, actualizing, and applying your abilities. We start by exploring your strengths. What do you like? What’s important to you? What are you good at? How do you spend your time? What relationships in your life are important to you? What environments are you most comfortable in? How do you handle challenge? What does it mean to be resilient?
Our approach is heartful and human, not clinical, nor prescriptive. Having ADHD is not your fault. While it means that doing certain things might be more difficult, it also means that you are exceptional in other areas. We can help you cultivate the best of your abilities, and help you combat the shame you may have felt about it. ADHD is just a label; just a way of describing a set of conditions and way of being in the world. You are not broken. In fact, once you’ve mastered living with your ADHD, you will be able to actualize the amazing gifts you have to offer.
The mission of theADHDguy is to provide ADHD supports to anyone and everyone who really wants it. Our mission at theADHDguy is to make sure anyone who really wants supports are able to get it, regardless of location or resources. Our on-line services enables you to have your own ADHD coach, no matter where you are in the world. We also work with parents, girlfriends, wives, husbands, etc., and/or anyone who cares for someone with ADHD.
where to start…
The first step is to email email@example.com and together we can figure out what the best program for you. Options include a full 6 session coaching package, or online supports through email and text. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The ADHD Tool Box
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. People with ADHD have trouble paying attention or concentrating. Symptoms of ADHD are grouped into three categories: inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. It’s hard to follow directions, and boredom and frustration with tasks is common. People with ADHD tend to move constantly and are impulsive, not stopping to think before acting. These symptoms can make it hard to function in school, at work, and in relationships. Adults with ADHD may have difficulty with time management, organizational skills, goal setting, employment; as well as relationships, self-esteem, and addictions. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that 3% to 5% of children have ADHD. Some say ADHD may occurs in 8% to 10% of school-aged children. ADHD is now recognized in more adults than previously thought.