Those with ADHD look to balance the weaknesses that come with it and find ways to improve their life. Medication and coping are important but also putting oneself in a supportive environment where one can excel.
The article, “ADHD I
s All About Power, Paradox, and Pain” by Alex Dlmltrlu looks at how those with ADHD look to balance their life and find counter strengths to their inherent weaknesses. He states,
“Despite all its complexities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a neuropsychological condition characterized by disorganization, procrastination, time impairment, impulsive decision-making, “wandering attention,” and problems with self-management, might be best described in three words: pain, power, and paradoxes.”
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Learning to fight through the pain and find the strengths needed to overcome ADHD can be difficult but is possible with the right mindset, help and coping skills. Please also review AIHCP’s ADHD Consulting Certification Program to become certified to help those dealing with these issues. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification as an ADHD Consultant.