Here’s my list of what I’m exploring this week.
What I’m Saying
Self Magazine quoted me in their article: “How the Pandemic Is Helping Some Women Realize They Have ADHD.” My friends and colleagues, Dr. Ellen Littman and Sari Solden also share their thoughts and advice. PS Scroll down to see what Sari has in store for you!
What I’m Watching
Are you familiar with Dr. Oliver Sacks? PBS’s American Masters is running a special film about his life and it is FASCINATING! Hope you can catch it—I’m watching it online: Oliver Sacks: His Own Life.
Where You Can Find Exceptional Online Events
Sari Solden is offering a one – hour workshop this Saturday, April 17, 3 – 4 pm EST:
Women with ADHD, especially inattentive or introverted, working from or at home during the pandemic, may have unexpected feelings of anxiety or fears about transitioning back to a post pandemic life, a new normal unrelated to the fear of covid itself.
Sari will talk about our experiences and engage the group and I’ll be there, too, to briefly share my thoughts and experiences as well.
This is an extremely interesting and important discussion, and how lucky to have Sari lead it!
Learn more and register at https://bit.ly/3t4qtyS.
NOTE: Space is limited, and registration closes at noon, April 16.
My friends at ImpactParents—Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster—are offering two NEW 4-week groups for parents (starting next week):
• Dealing with Snarky Attitudes (in Kids of All Ages)
• Coping with Risky Behaviors (in Tweens, Teens & Beyond)
When You Need Help, I’m Here
Talk to me—I understand. I get it. I have ADHD, too. And, I can help.
I have a few slots open for online consultations via Zoom. These have become super popular, so if you’re looking to work with me one-on-one, grab an appointment. We meet live on Zoom (or you can request email consultations instead). Learn more and sign up here.
Want to Chill?
Listen to the rain! You can add thunder, make it rain heavy or light. Great for white noise—https://rain.today/
One of My Favorite Instagram Memes
Instagram for memes and quotes and random “Terry Thoughts.”Hey, follow me on
Want to Hang Out with Me *and* Get Affordable Coaching?
Then join The Queens of Distraction! Work with me throughout the week to get things done. We roll up our sleeves and attack the piles, the projects, the basement- whatever is on your “to do” list that’s been staring at you for the last 10 years. Bonus: you’ll get to meet THE kindest, most supportive women with ADHD on the planet. Learn more and sign up here.
Way to Focus, Stay Calm, and Relieve Stress (and have fun)
This Push Pop Bubble Fidget Sensory Toy helps kids and adults stay focused and calm. Just press and pop the bubble to hear a slight popping sound, “Pop, Pop, Pop.”
Till next time—
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