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How to Manage Your Adult ADHD Naturally

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You’ve come to the perfect place if you are an adult living with ADHD, are excited to reach your full potential and need a little help with the challenges along the way. Often ADHD is seen as a negative or something to be ashamed of, but it doesn’t have to be!

On this site you will learn all about Adult ADHD, the ADHD symptoms and easy and effective ways to treat and mange ADHD naturally.

You’ll find programs to help you on your journey.

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Whether you just found out you have ADHD or you’ve been living with ADHD for a while, whether you’re a student with ADHD or someone you love and care about has ADHD, you’ll find support.

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In this practical ADHD-friendly book you will discover the eleven steps that help adults with ADHD tame their ADHD symptoms.

Rest assured these strategies are simple, practical and straightforward. There are no weird ingredients or complicated methods. That means you can start using them right away. Today in fact!

Untapped Brilliance is brilliant! In logical, concrete terms, it shows a person how to get to the gifts wrapped up in ADD and not suffer from the clutter and frustration that holds so many people back. Full of hope and practical wisdom, this book is a treasure

 

Edward M. Hallowell, M.D

Author of Driven to Distaction

Untapped Brilliance is a little gem of a self-coaching primer. In straight-forward language Jacqueline Sinfield proves practical advice and simple easy-to-follw techniques that will help adults challenged by AD(H)D to re-create their lives.

 

Gabor Maté M.D

Author of Scattered Minds

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Meet Jacqueline

Hi, I’m Jacqueline Sinfield, an ADHD Coach for adults. For the last 14 years I’ve been helping people just like you.

As an ADHD coach the most common sentence I hear from clients is ‘I have so much potential but I just can’t seem to reach it’.  This is exactly why I wrote the ADHD book “Untapped Brilliance: How to Reach Your Full Potential as an Adult with ADHD” to answer that very question.

 

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This powerful little book will give you a new level of self confidence and belief in yourself and abilities.

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