Adults with ADHD really struggle to create a beautiful living environment for themselves.
Your physical environment is a reflection of your self-esteem and like other aspects of self-esteem; it’s a ‘chicken and egg’ situation. Your self-esteem is low so you feel you don’t deserve a beautiful living environment.
However when you are living in a cluttered, dirty and possibly smelly environment it reinforces your low self-esteem. While this is an area that is particularly hard when you have ADHD, it is still possible to keep things clean and ordered.
Plus it’s a vital element to your well being
Keep your home clean and tidy as if guests were coming.
Because you deserve to be in a nurturing environment just as much (more in my opinion) as any guests that visit. The English Designer William Morris said “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful”. Let this be your motto as you begin to create a beautiful physical environment for yourself
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