COST: $75.00 / person
(Includes beverages, snacks & lunch.)
Less than the cost of a fancy coffee a day to improve your relationship
with the person you fell in love with.
Isn’t it worth it?
“If you really loved me, you would remember what I asked you to do and then you would do it.” In this module, we will review how we can make the ADHD spouse more reliable and less forgetful and explore what types of agendas or to-do list can help with task accomplishment, and yes, even household chores!
People with ADHD tend to leave a “trail”… if you live with someone who has ADHD, no need to say more! Learn why traditional organizing strategies don’t work for the creative ADHD mind. We’ll help you control the spread, reduce the clutter and master a unique strategy to help let go of all those sentimental unused items and unfinished projects.
6: PAPER PHOBIA
Paper is the biggest nemesis of highly creative people, especially when it’s boring stuff like bills and financial printouts. We will show you ways to eradicate those never-ending piles of paper, make filing fun and simple, as well as tips on how to optimize your home office layout. Late fees on bills will be a thing of the past!
When you have ADHD, making decisions can be difficult because so many options can easily overwhelm you. This is often why when you try to tackle that pile of papers to file, it never really gets fully done and just keeps piling up. We’ll cover strategies for rapid decision-making so it’s easier for you to decide stays, what goes…or where to go on vacation!
“She (insert your spouse’s addiction here: e.g. binge watches an entire season of a TV show / wastes time on Facebook / is addicted to YouTube videos on organization) instead of getting her work done.” Learn how to identify time traps and how to overcome them along with other productivity secrets to boost you/your ADHD spouse into action.
It sounds contradictory that people with ADHD would be perfectionists but it’s often the case. Projects get started with the greatest intention and…never ever get finished. We’ll cover the reasons why projects don’t get finished or even started. More importantly, we will give you tools to help you make them happen while reducing the opportunities for conflict!
10: THE GOOOD STUFF
Hey! It’s not all bad stuff when you have ADHD. Find out how to turn your distractibility, hyperactivity and impulsivity into strengths you can tap into both at home and at work.