How to create morning routines when you have ADHD
Learn to help your own ADHD first.
Hi, I’m Laura an ADHD parent.
Mornings were a huge struggle because it’s hard to get out the door when you can’t find your keys… ever.
Plus having ADHD children can create an atmosphere of chaos. The advice neurotypical people suggest:
- Put it back in the same place as before
- Try harder & stay organized
Makes me want to scream! It does not work because our brains are different.
I had to find a solution that works for me and my child. I call it The RSCCU Method. It is a five step ADHD-friendly problem solving tool.
Now mornings are honestly fun, I haven’t yelled in years, and we leave the house smiling and ready for the day.
If this sounds like something you struggle with, this workbook is for you.
Why Choose This Book?
This workbook is for you.
No matter if you are:
- Diagnosed after your children
- Diagnosed as a kid
- Self diagnosed
This means you are basically starting from scratch when it comes to how to help yourself, and your children.
You don’t have to do it alone.
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Laura The ADHD Mama provides a wide range of ADHD specific supports for adults and parents.