Those with ADHD have an interesting relationship with failure. Typically, there is a comforting aspect of failure but, at the same time, a fear of it.
One thing Tyler Dorsey has noticed in her 30 years of being an ADHDer and 8+ years of working with students and adults with ADHD is that failure isn’t actually the fear. Trying your hardest and it not being enough is.
During this webinar, Tyler discusses the real fear behind failure and what steps can be taken to start thriving with ADHD.
Parents, teachers, students, and adults are invited to join us on Wednesday, October 19 at 8 pm EST for Focus Forward & ADHD Online’s FREE virtual workshop, Fear of Failure.
It’s time those with ADHD stop fearing not being enough and start believing that ADHD is a superpower!
You don’t want to miss out!
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Tyler Dorsey was diagnosed with ADHD in 5th grade but didn’t learn to manage it until she was nearly 20.
While Tyler tried her hardest in school, each year led to new disappointments as she failed to meet deadlines and expectations. The situation felt hopeless, and both her parents and herself were left frustrated and tired.
When the same pattern started to reoccur in college, Tyler knew she had to make a change. So, she leaned into the positive side of ADHD and hyper-focused on finding a support system that worked. Tyler talked to experts and friends, researched, and through trial and error finally created a system that helped her cut through the noise and find success. Once she had a better understanding of herself, it was easier to find the tools she needed to be more organized, stay on schedule, and even open her own business
Tyler is the owner of Focus Forward, who works with clients to build a personal game plan to thrive with their ADHD so that they or their child can take control of their lives. To learn more about how Focus Forward can help you, go to www.focusforwardadhd.com