An ADHD coach is a qualified expert who assists you in developing strategies for dealing with the obligations and activities that are made more difficult by your ADHD symptoms. Coaching is a tool that can be used in conjunction with drugs and other ADHD treatments to assist you in being more organized and achieving your objectives.
To begin, ADHD may be misunderstood, as anyone who has it knows all too well. There is unquestionably no attention deficiency. Instead, we take it all in, shifting our attention quickly throughout the day. It's nanoseconds we're talking about here. If you look inside an ADHD mind, you'll probably witness a swarm of highly busy hummingbirds darting in and out with each new and interesting blossom, buzzing constantly.
Next, I doubt that any adult like being labeled as hyperactive. This conjures up images of someone obnoxious and disorderly, as opposed to someone high-energetic, bouncing around in brightly colored joggers with a smile, imparting great energy and lifting people around them. Then, given disorder is a shame word, we would be doing the entire world a favor if we just erased the word "disorder" from every language on the planet. Shame is the agonizing sensation of being faulty or deficient in some way. We aren't defective; we're just different. ASHG, or Attention Surplus High-Energy Gift, is a new moniker for ADHD.
And, I believe, one of the benefits of having something extra to cope with in life is that we tend to shine in ways that aren't typical of the neurotypical world. This is due to the fact that we think in various ways. According to studies, people with ADHD use their brains differently, and by the time they reach high school, most of us are able to solve problems and come up with solutions that no one else has thought of (Dodson, 2020).
This is due to the fact that ADHDers are masters of divergent thinking. We don't become locked in functional-fixedness, or the normal ways of perceiving, because our minds are wired to travel. Instead, our thoughts naturally break free from the constraints of neurotypical rules, allowing creative energy to flow freely, even if it is in the middle of a crucial business meeting. We can't help but pursue a sparkling new idea once our interest has been piqued. We've arrived in the ADD/ADHD zone.