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An ADD Woman with Lacy Estelle


Jun 20, 2022

Living with ADHD can be a life of taking three steps to every other person's one step in order to function in the world. It's also common to live with the concept of being judged for not measuring up to a standard we just can't meet on our own. These struggles can cause us to be impulsive and make rash choices, and as a result, they can come into direct conflict with being a person of faith.

In today's episode, Lacy discusses how her faith in God and ADHD collided when she let her ADHD take the wheel and she walked away from her faith.  In her perceived rejection by God, she marched down a road of self love and self-satisfaction.  A life-changing consequence of those choices helped her to realize that her life wasn't going the way she wanted it to and she not only had to critically re-examine her problems with Christianity, but also find how to reconcile it with her ADHD.

Links & Resources

Guided Mentorship Program with Lacy Estelle: A personalized one-on-one mentorship with Lacy Estelle for ADHD adult women and mothers to help you gain clarity of your value, navigate the tricky waters of your interpersonal relationships while having ADHD, recognize your weakness without letting them weigh you down, find and build on your strengths, accountability to make habit changes, celebrate successes, and recognize self-sabotage and stop it before it starts. For more information on this limited program, visit https://lacyestelle.com/mentorship/

Books by C.S. Lewis on faith, Signature Classics on Faith

The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus by Lee Strobel (Case for ... Series)

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? (Jeremiah 17:9, KJV)

Reach out to Lacy Estelle via:
Email: podcast@anaddwoman.com
Facebook group: www.facebook.com/anADDwoman
Instagram: www.instagram.com/anaddwoman/
Website: www.anaddwoman.com
Lacy’s Facebook group: Mothering the Storm Accountability and Support Group