By ADHD CoachRudy Rodriguez, LCSW Many parents of ADHD children are eager to learn something — anything — that offers hope, both for themselves and their children. Unfortunately, most of the generic parent training models on the market do not factor in the realities of ADHD. Parents want to do their best. Lacking a factual […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Life can be a challenge if you’re a non-ADD adult living with an adult partner with ADD/ADHD. I recently coached a non-ADD adult regarding some of her specific issues living with her ADD adult partner. My client voiced concern that is easily the most common complaint I hear from non-ADD partners. “I feel like he needs me to tell him what do do all the time. I have to gilde him and direct him. I resent that I married my husband to have an equal partner but now I feel like I’ve got another child to take care of.”Continue Reading... No Comments.
Health Central – ADHD Central.com hosted an ADHD Chat with CoachRudy Rodriguez on Sept 28. The topic of the chat was: “Managing ADHD Symptoms”. View the transcript of the interview/chat with CoachRudy HERE. **Scroll to start of transcript by clicking on the time “7:01” (at top of transcript)Continue Reading... No Comments.
Adults with ADHD Lose Over 3 Weeks of Work Annually Free Seminar Helps Improve Workplace Performance ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Can ADD and ADHD in adults affect workplace wellness, attendance and overall job performance? Absolutely. According to a recent report in HealthDay News, adults with ADD/ADHD lose more than 3 weeks of work annually. The report […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Mother nature had her way AGAIN canceling the March 2 seminar “ADHD At Work: Maximizing Your Effectiveness” due to snow. 40 people had pre-registered for this highly anticipated seminar so the seminar was rescheduled. **Seminar Rescheduled – Tues, March 30 To register: http://www.abtech.edu/sbc/class_schedule.asp. Coach Rudy Rodriguez, of the ADHD Center for Success will present a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
During a recent coaching call the question was asked, “why is it that ADHD adults resist ‘routine and structure’? She explained that structure “feels like a ‘straight jacket”. She also asked if it as common for adults with ADHD to enjoy the ‘novelty’ of doing things differently vs feeling constricted by structure? I explained that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s not uncommon for some adults with ADD to lead fairly normal lives, everything going well and suddenly find themselves struggling with unfamiliar behaviors such as clutter and disorganization (mental and physical), uncommon tardiness (appointments and personal engagements, paying bills), and struggling to get things done. I find this often to be the case […]Continue Reading... No Comments.