Thrive More Than Survive
Do you ever feel like you need to survive every day? Do you sometimes think of just getting through a day?
If you have ADHD, it can be easy to feel this way daily. Putting too much pressure on yourself can cause trouble to organize things, create mistakes, lack focus, unfinished tasks, and emotional turmoil. So instead of getting yourself into survival mode, try thriving.
Thriving and surviving are often being mistaken as the same words. These two words are the total opposite of each other. Surviving is stressing yourself out on how to get through the day. Thriving is doing things according to plan, with the flow, and with a positive outlook. Be the person you want to be without pressuring yourself, allow yourself to grow and make progress, and the most important thing is to always don a happy heart. Thriving is a process of planning for the future, being the best version of yourself, creating experiences, and doing the most significant work that you should do.
Having ADHD can sometimes keep you away from the will to live life fully, but you can always make a change. You just have to start.
Thrive More with ADHD
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Michelle Raz is the founder of Raz Coaching & Thrivister and specializes in helping people thrive with executive function challenges. Read more at www.razcoaching.com OR www.thrivister.com She is also the author of the book Happiness+Passion+Purpose.