The ADHD Guide to Pandemic Living
This 152-page guide to living through difficult times is designed to help adults with ADHD learn:
- How to maintain motivation and productivity
- How to (actually) work from home
- How to cultivate healthy habits like exercise and nutrition
- How to guard your emotional health and fend off anxiety
- How to manage relationships when the world is crashing down
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Full Product Description
COVID-19 has pushed the limits of our global economy, our understanding of immunology, and our ability to band together in solidarity. What’s more, this pandemic may have significant mental health ramifications, especially for those with ADHD. ADDitude has curated this 152-page, ADHD-friendly survival guide to help adults with ADHD learn how to:
- Guard your emotional health
- Maintain motivation and productivity
- (Actually) work from home
- Cultivate healthy habits
- Manage relationships when the world is crashing down
In The ADHD Guide to Pandemic Living, ADDitude editors have hand-selected the best advice to help you cultivate resilience, identify innovative solutions, and curate self-care strategies during these very strange days. This guide includes content from the following ADHD experts:
- J. Russell Ramsay, Ph.D.
- Ellen Littman, Ph.D.
- Dawn Brown, M.D.
- Michelle Frank, Psy.D.
- Michele Novotni, Ph.D.
- Ari Tuckman, Psy.D.
- Sari Solden, LMFT
- Melissa Orlov
- Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D.
- Ronit Levy, Psy.D.
- And others
“Pretending that life is ‘alright’ when it isn’t? That is an ADHD coping mechanism that actually increases anxiety. The first step toward finding calm is naming the uncomfortable feeling you are experiencing — loudly.”
“When the world is in actual crisis, you stop worrying about a pretend-crisis. You lose the luxury of free-floating worry about scenarios not currently happening when you need to pull it together for a young child out of school and a newly jobless husband. You cannot even allow worry near your mind for what it will do to you.”
“I’ve been bullet journaling for two months — by far the longest period I have managed to stick with any system. With what I’ve experienced so far, I believe that the bullet journal is made for non-linear, restless ADHD brains like mine.”
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