Topic: How To Redirect Negative Thoughts & Soothe Anxiety
Overthinking and ruminating are often part of living with ADHD. No matter how hard you try to ignore them, negative thoughts can keep coming back, replaying themselves in an infinite loop.
When your mind is burdened with recurring thoughts, it not only affects your ability to focus and learn, but also saps your energy, affects your relationships, physical health, overall behaviour and self-esteem.
What you resist persists. Negative thoughts are like magnets, they attract other negative thoughts into your mind. The more you try to ignore them, the more persistent and automatic they become. Like many ADHD challenges, “trying harder” isn’t the solution.
In this group session, you’ll learn:
Why people with ADHD are more susceptible to negative thoughts and rumination
How to redirect your thoughts and stay focused on what matters most
How to detach negative self-talk from your ADHD to see situations more clearly
Date & Time
One-off 60 minutes webinar
The program will be run online via the safe and secure Zoom video platform. A unique link to access the video sessions and instructions for using the Zoom software will be sent to each participant once their registration is confirmed.
$80 per person (This includes the cost of the introductory workshop and a complimentary 20 minute personal coaching session online with Kim Fuller)