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Kids who lack control of their ADHD and anxiety become distracted, anxious, and emotionally dysregulated adults

Entrepreneurs & Career Professionals

Entrepreneurs, business executives, career professionals, and creative professionals who have ADHD, those who are ADHDish, and those with anxiety may experience reduced quality in their work productivity and overall work performance because of:

  • Difficulty with planning, prioritizing, organizing, and/or completing tasks.

  • Ease of distractibility making it hard to maintain long-term focus during meetings or while working on projects.

  • Issues with time management cause a habit of being late to work, meetings, or completing required tasks.

  • Impulsiveness leading to costly to making decisions or not thinking through choices.

These problems at work can make a person unreliable and therefore they may not be considered for promotions, receive negative client reviews, or have difficulty maintaining a job or getting good references.

Athletes & Performing Artists

Athletes, actors/actresses, singers, and musicians who have ADHD, those who are ADHDish, and those with anxiety may have a decline in their performance because of:

 

  • Difficulty with sustaining focus during training sessions or games.

  • Difficulty with impulsiveness leading to poor decision-making and mistakes in their performance and off the court (field or stage).

  • Difficulty with organization and time management, therefore, making it challenging to show up to places on time or losing or forgetting important things.

  • Difficulty with stress or anger management and coping strategies.

These issues often have significant financial consequences that stem from a decline in ticket sales, fines, legal issues, and losing potential contracts.

Relationships

Whether it's a parent-child relationship, friendship, dating or married couple having ADHD, being ADHDish, and having anxiety can lead to conflicts that stem from:

  • Ineffective and miscommunications that can present as distracted, not listening, unknowledgeable or unintelligent, omission of information, disregarding of others, or dishonesty.

  • Impulsive decisions that negatively affect the other person in the relationship.

  • Difficulty self-regulating emotions therefore leading to impulsive behavior resulting in relationship conflicts.

  • Disorganization and lack of time management that leads to forgetfulness, losing things, missing appointments, lack of work-life balance, feeling overwhelmed, being unreliable, and stress.

  • Restlessness making it difficult to concentrate, be still, or relax.

These problems have the potential to strain or even break relationships.

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