Right now I am at the Attention Deficit Disorder Association’s annual conference, THE conference for adults with ADHD. And I am exhausted. And it’s only the second day. I wonder how many other conference attendees are feeling the same way. So many people. So many decisions. So much to think about. Don’t get me
Roxanne Fouché is happy to be joining other ADHD coaches and experts who will be speaking at the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit (July 14-18). Roxanne will be speaking on “Strategies for a Flourishing Life with ADHD” on July 14th. The telesummit has an all-star lineup including Rick Green of TotallyADD, Alan Brown of ADD Crusher, Linda Roggli of
In this Venn diagram there are three intersecting circles where your strengths, values and passions might be written. In the circle on the bottom are the things you do well – the many strengths that you have, the things that people compliment you on, and the things about yourself that you might feel most proud.
I call it the “ADHD shadow.” Our ADHD shadow represents just how visible our ADHD challenges are to ourselves and others. Although it would be nice, our ADHD challenges aren’t just going to magically disappear. They stick to us like a shadow, ever present (even at night – you just have to look harder).
I was honored to be interviewed by Margarita Tartakovsky, Associate Editor of Psych Central for Margarita’s Psych Central blog at http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2014/04/01/cutting-down-on-chronic-lateness-for-adults-with-adhd/. Cutting Down on Chronic Lateness for Adults with ADHD By MARGARITA TARTAKOVSKY, M.S., Associate Editor People with ADHD have a distorted sense of time. Sometimes, the passage of time is excruciatingly slow. “Waiting in line feels
I received my Certificate in Positive Psychology (CiPP) last weekend, having studied with Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar and Dr. Maria Sirois for 11 months. At the alumni weekend, I had the opportunity to make a presentation with my friend and colleague, Mindy Schwartz Katz, about Positive Psychology and ADHD. Positive psychology is not all smiley
January 1st is a natural time to look at our lives and contemplate change. 2014 is a 365-page book with blank pages, ready to be written. Unfortunately, it’s all too common to give up on our resolutions before we have given them a chance to become habits. So how can we do things differently
I just received my copy of More Ways to Succeed with ADHD. I have to admit – it’s pretty exciting to see one’s name in print next to the strategies shared in the book. It’s also really interesting to read the strategies, tips and insights from the other ADHD coaches and experts who have contributed
Here is a sneak peek at another one of Roxanne Fouché’s contributions to More Ways to Succeed with ADHD: Even More Strategies for 2013 from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts to Help You Succeed with ADHD: Many people find it difficult to focus on what is working vs. the things that are not
Here’s a sneak peek at a tip that Roxanne Fouché contributed to the upcoming book, More Ways to Succeed with ADHD: Even More Strategies for 2013 from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts to Help You Succeed with ADHD: When we want to make a change in our lives, it’s helpful to plan what