Comparing yourself against others - does it help or hinder progress?

comparing yourself against othersEverybody compares themselves to others - it's human nature. But is it a helpful practice?

If you have ADHD, the 'comparison game' is pretty strong. People with ADHD often have difficulty with "easy" things such as organization and time management. You see other people breeze through their days getting places on time and keeping on top of their to-do list. It's hard not to compare and think: Why is it so easy for them, but not for me?

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When ADHD coaching doesn't work

ADHD coaching can be a worthwhile and valuable investment. It gives support, structure, and accountability to help you define goals and move forward. It helps you step back, reflect on progress, and re-calibrate your focus. All from the perspective of understanding ADHD and what that means for you.

In our blog 'ADHD Coaching: How to get the most out of treatment', we talked about when ADHD coaching works. But what about when ADHD coaching doesn't work? Why is it not effective for some people?

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October 10 is World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day falls on the 10th of October every year. Organized by the World Health Organization, the main goal of this day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world.
This year, the theme of World Mental Health Day is "psychological first aid." One of the aims is to focus on helping others learn the basic skills to provide social and psychological support for those in distress. This includes what to say and do, as well as what not to say.

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