Free Webinar Replay: The Adult Guide to Shedding ADHD Shame

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Shame and ADHD are persistent, if uncomfortable, companions. Adults with undiagnosed ADHD may spend their lives believing that they are fundamentally wrong. They regularly broaden a protecting shell that deflects the slings and arrows of judgment, but inside that shell, they're deeply ashamed of their missteps. Shame is insidious — it impairs self-esteem and life alternatives about relationships, employment, and your outlook on life.

The just right information is that shame doesn’t have to be an everlasting fixture in the lives of adults with ADHD, especially after diagnosis. When you're able to recognize the dramatic impact of ADHD for your life, you'll sort out the differences between blame and responsibility, and start seeing yourself more correctly and forgivingly. Learning to leave shame in the back of is a rebirth for many ADHD adults, one that is long late and smartly deserved for most folks.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • The many assets of shame—past and provide—for adults with ADHD
  • How shame becomes a pervasive and devastating influence on our lives
  • How to recognize the distinction between blaming yourself as opposed to taking duty
  • How to shift the “blame recreation” dynamic with out shedding essential relationships
  • How to take the first steps towards forgiving your self (and others) for being precisely who you might be

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related sources from ADDitude
  • Free publication updates about ADHD

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on April 18, 2019.


Meet the Expert Speaker:

Linda Roggli, is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), award-winning writer, and founder of the A-D-Diva Network for ADHD girls 40-and-better. She is an the world over recognized skilled in midlife and senior ADHD. She co-founded the famend Annual ADHD Women’s Palooza and the ADHD Parents’ Palooza, a week of online conversations with 30-plus top ADHD girls’s and parenting experts (adhdpalooza.com). Linda’s book Confessions of an ADDiva: Midlife in the Non-Linear Lane won first prize for ladies’s issues in the prestigious Next Generation Indy Book Awards and he or she is a contributor to several different ADHD books on relationships and coaching. She is a well-liked speaker at online and on-site conferences. Linda is the former vice-president of ADDA and recently chairs its webinar committee. She lives in Durham, North Carolina, along with her OCD-ish husband, one OCD cat, and 3 adorable ADHD shelties.

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