Oct 10, 2022
October is ADHD Awareness Month and a wonderful opportunity to talk outloud about ADHD and the impact it has had on your life. Being outspoken about ADHD will help the next generation of girls coming up to recognize their ADHD and learn to advocate for themselves.
In today's episode, Lacy Estelle encourages women to talk about their ADHD and through examples from her own life, shows how carrying it alone has affected her self-esteem and self-worth as a woman with ADHD.
In this episode, you will learn:
Resources and Links
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/
Reach out to Lacy Estelle via:
Facebook group: @anADDwoman
Lacy’s Facebook group:
Mothering the Storm Accountability and Support Group