We recently received a call from a Mom in her late 20s who was diagnosed with ADHD at 19 and is now really struggling to cope. She is self employed, married and has an 18 month old son. All mothers (and fathers) of toddlers struggle with parenting, the changes in the relationship when children come along and the pressures of the extra expense of balancing the budget.
Women are often even more severely impacted by their ADHD because of their hormones. Emotionally and physically hyper-sensitive, women feel physical and emotional pain more intensely. Yes! Those mood swings.
At LADD® have found that the late 20s is one of the “danger ages” for those who have ADHD.
We ADDers have a tendency towards great plans but poor follow through. Our creative minds go in all directions and we honestly believe that we will carry through on our wonderful intentions. But as we progress in a particular endeavour, along comes one of our most debilitating characteristics – boredom! And when we feel bored about doing (or completing) a particular task, its friend, procrastination, follows right behind.
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When you buy the whole course, you get 6 months access to complete the 12 training modules
When you buy individual modules, you get a maximum of 2 weeks to complete each module.
Each module has at least one video and the following:
Handout notes that you can print out with space to make your own notes
Useful supplementary documentation
You can participate in our online forums. Ask all your questions, share your experiences with us and other families struggling with ADHD.
You can access this course 24/7 and start at any time.
Each module can be started and stopped as many times as you like.