ADHD can be a weakness or a strength, because the “disorder” (if you can called it that) causes many children and adults to lose focus, be more susceptible to addictions, and sometimes even more prone to depression.
At the same time, however, many ADHD people become creative artists, successful entrepreneurs, or exploring scientists. The venues are endless for someone with an adventurous, impatient personality who wants constant novelty in his or her life.
That same hunger for novelty is difficult too. Those with ADHD often say they get bored quickly, and the dopamine in their brain has incredible high and lows. So, yes, there are good and bad ways to handle ADHD, and it comes with special challenges and unique know-how.
I urge you to become more familiar with what ADHD is, how it is different from autism, how it can help you in your life, or how you can deal with its challenges. In this course, you’ll learn how to handle children’s behavior and guide them to success. You’ll discover which natural remedies are used to tone down symptoms, and which other healthy life habits can improve the ADHD brain in the most positive ways imaginable.
Do yourself a favor and get started!