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Springboard Clinic Series on ADHD and New Years Resolutions

ADHD and New Years Resolutions – oil and water. Perhaps this is an exaggeration, but if you have an ADHD diagnosis, it might feel like this comparison is pretty accurate!

This is the time of year when people emerge from the blur of the holidays, and start thinking: Now is time to make a big change. What better time to start something new than at the beginning of a new year?

I think we said it best last year:

The problem with resolutions is that they’re hard to keep. Especially if you have ADHD. If you’ve ever been a regular member of a gym you know this phenomenon: the place will be PACKED during the first few weeks of January, but then slowly, week by week, those good folks with good intentions will drop like flies.

Rather than reinvent the wheel, we thought it would be apropos to recap Springboard Clinic’s series on ADHD and New Years Resolutions. Below are links to our series, looking at resolutions that people with ADHD often make (and break), and some tips and strategies to help follow-through with them. 

Part 1: An Introduction

Part 2: Commonly Broken Resolutions

Part 3: Improving your Follow-Through

Part 4: Maintaining (or Re-Gaining) Momentum

Part 5: Some Final Thoughts

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Over and above anything else though, our advice to you this New Year is to take it one step at a time.

Put your pants on before your shoes – you’ll get to where you want to be in good time.

 

 

 

 

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