According to the authors of this study, “Mindfulness is a self-regulatory practice that is multifaceted but appears to improve self-regulation of attention and emotion.”
"Shoulds" pile up, get listed on your to-do list, and sometimes make you feel guilty for not getting to. So instead of focusing on what you should do, let’s forget about shoulds and focus on what you should not do.
I joined ADHD Coach Nikki Kinzer and broadcaster Pete Wright (also an adult with ADHD) to discuss mindfulness, why practicing mindfulness for your ADHD is such an important topic, and how to get started without piling on the "shoulds."
The following is the audio recording and transcript of a conversation with Dr. Kari Miller which originally aired as part of the 2015 ADHD Success Plan for Women Event. The Presentation was titled AIM-ing for Goals the ADHD Way.
This study is important because it is “the first larger, randomized controlled trial investigating the efficacy of mindfulness training in adults with ADHD,” with blinded outcome measures.
In November 2015, I was interviewed by Eric Tivers for ADHD reWired Episode 89: Exercise the Attention Muscle with Mindfulness.
Your ADHD Road Trip --> Destination Mindfulness was originally presented at the CHADD 2015 Annual International Conference on ADHD, where an astonishing thing happened. The conference room was so packed with attendees that many people could not get in! So, we thought we would make the slides available here.
Mindfulness seems like an obvious tool for ADHD, addressing core areas that are most problematic like attention, distractibility, memory, and emotions. But doubt comes flooding in as people think about actually practicing mindfulness for ADHD. Time to change that. In this eBook, we look at myths versus realities about mindfulness for ADHD.
The following is the audio recording and transcript of Your ADHD Road Trip: Destination Mindfulness, which originally aired as part of the 2015 Succeed with ADHD Telesummit hosted by Laurie Dupar.
Get inspired to practice mindfulness. Download and print our Benefits of Mindfulness for ADHD infographic, designed for easy printing on letter-size paper. Hang it on your fridge, bulletin board, or wall to help keep you practicing! No more 'out of sight, out of mind'.