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Old 08-26-20, 01:15 PM
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Offering free ADHD/anxiety management coaching

I used to be an active users of this forum 10-15 years ago and I'm happy to come back, not to ask questions but to provide advice. I learned a lot on how to manage ADHD and anxiety over the years and I have at a point where I want to share what I have learned.

Notably, I have integrated a serious meditation practice in the last decade which allowed me to understand much better the nature of attention and concentration.

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Let's Hear More About Meditation and ADHD!

I find it curious that most of us seem to accept that ADHD is a disorder of directing one's attention in one's own best interest, but so few of us seem to be interested in studying and practicing the one art which is best known for developing attentional control.

I admit I am guilty of this. When I was young and busy, I just wanted a pill that would allow me to keep achieving my external goals. Once I retired, though, I fell into such a dark hole that meditation was a frightening prospect. But lately I have felt for some time that I would benefit from doing some kind of meditation practice; however like so many other things I "should do," I just have not (so far) got around to doing it.

OTOH, now that I have come so far with improving sleep, exercise, and other health issues, maybe I am running out of excuses. Maybe it is time to buckle down and make time to meditate regularly.
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