Free Resource: Rein In Intense ADHD Emotions
Wonder why you feel so intensely — and what you can do to get runaway emotions under control? Download this free guide to get started.
Fact: People with ADHD feel emotions more intensely than do people without the condition. We don’t just get happy — we go over the moon; and when something bad happens, we’re devastated. For someone with ADHD, feelings can be big, scary monsters; they usually seem to come out of nowhere, and we often feel powerless in our ability to manage them.
Understanding why you feel the way you do is an important step to taking back control of your emotions — and that’s where this guide comes in. It explains how the ADHD brain processes emotions, how longstanding shame (often due to setbacks) factors in, and how emotions can hold you back in ways you don’t expect — like making it harder for you to remember facts.
On top of that, Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., shares his 15 favorite strategies for getting runaway emotions under control, including:
- Teaching others about your emotional quirks
- Making time for yourself
- Avoiding over-commitment
- And more!
Emotional disruptions can be one of the most impairing aspects of ADHD — but it doesn’t have to be that way. With this free guide, you’ll find out how your emotions affect your life and happiness — and, most importantly, how you can learn to manage them.
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.