That mysterious process of falling in love, right? Hard to sum up in words, but let’s give ourselves a sense of what it would feel like to crush on our ADHD brains for a bit. So, what happens when we fall in love?

We start to see things in a new light. We notice small things we’ve taken for granted. We are tapped into a vibration of connection and flow. Stuff feels easier. We get curious about the object of our affection. We experience an instinctual pull to nurture the object of our affection. We do lovely things to show our new love that we cherish them.

Let’s spend a morning together giving some loving attention to our ADHD brains. Let’s talk about these things together. Let’s walk away with a little lightness in our steps.

What You Can Expect

Learn how to give loving attention to your ADHD brain through:

  • 3 mini-lectures which translate neuroscience and psychology into meaningful ideas
  • Powerful mindset shifting exercises related to the brain science lectures
  • Dedicated self-reflection time with writing prompts
  • Opportunity to participate in group discussion
  • Camaraderie with other women on a similar journey

When and where is each workshop held?

  • Friday morning from 9:00am-11:00am CT (central time)
  • From the comfort of your favorite Zoom spot

Mini Lectures Included

The Brain Science of Executive Function: Cycles, Hormones, and the Brain’s See-Saw of Focus

ADHD Symptoms in Real Life: Motivation, Time Management, Distraction, Impulsivity

The Stories We Tell Ourselves Come True: The Neuroscience of Self-Speech, Emotional Awareness, and How We Shape Our Reality

“This practice gives me a lighthouse position perspective on myself and my path. It lets me see and appreciate inevitable and often surprising shifts and changes in that path. It helps me have a better understanding of my “why.” It lets me tap into gratitude and compassion. It has helped me make more decisions in the direction of what I want. This becomes a cycle of positive action, where I accomplish my own goals and then learn to listen to myself for the next thing. It helps me to take action on the things I want and then watch them come to fruition. It helps me find clarity and unlocks my forward momentum to reach my goals.”

– Liz Adams