Tag Archives: ADHD relationships

ADHD Relationships: Are You the Kite or the Kite Holder?

Adults with ADHD, Entrepreneurs    March 3, 2017

Are you the partner in an ADHD relationship always dashing, darting, taking risks and soaring while your partner is more steady, balanced and unswerving? If so, your ADHD relationship maybe that of a kite and kite holder. Let me explain, several years ago I was focused on expanding my ADHD coaching business. I was determined to … read more »

Are You an Ambivert?

Adults with ADHD    April 26, 2015

Are you an ambivert? Sounds like some sort of odd green, warted, mythical creature slithering out of the primordial muck, doesn’t it? Thank goodness it’s not…because I think I might be one. And you might be too. Let me explain… Ambivert is a term I recently stumbled across on the internet that gave me a completely … read more »

ADHD in the World: First, Do No Harm

ADHD in Children, ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    December 6, 2013

I am a lifelong learner and in a recent class aimed to expand skills and experience as a coach, one of the guiding principles proposed was “first do no harm”.  It would never occur to me to purposefully hurt someone, but it made me stop and think about all the people I know with ADHD that … read more »


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