Is it PROCRASTINATION or ADHD? Let's talk about ADHD and motivation…

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Is it ADHD or is it procrastination? The truth is ADHD may sometimes be related to procrastination but that is not always the case. You may be struggling with motivation which could be the real issue, which is highly connected to ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. In this video I’m talking you through and helping you understand if it’s procrastination that is your problem (and perhaps that’s connected to something else) or if it’s ADHD. I’ll also talk you through some procrastination tips, motivation tips, mental health tips, ADHD tips and so much more. So is your procrastination connected to anxiety, stress or depression? Or is it ADHD struggling you to motivate you on tasks that need to get done. There’s a lot her to discuss, so let’s dive into it.

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  1. Hi Katie, thank u so much for all your wonderful videos, they’ve been really helping me a lot?

    I was wondering if u could make a video about autism and ways to know if you have it? Because I think I might be

  2. I come from a family where my dad didn’t think depression was a real mental health issue. While calling my mom a “Zoloft Queen” for taking medication for her sever depression. Dumbest part of it all is he was a class A example of someone with depression too. After he passed away I’d asked my mom to go get therapy and was told “why? It’s just mind over matter”. I wanted help with possible depression and a ADHD diagnosis. Later when I brought it up again wanting to get a diagnosis / help. She’d said “why so you can be a doped up pill junky”? I haven’t asked again since.

  3. This isn't really a tip or trick, but a question. I was diagnosed with OCD many years ago. About 2 years ago, my psychiatrist put me on an ADHD med because he thinks I may have it . Last month at my annual physical, my doctor took me off of the med because I have lost 30 lbs in 5 years without trying and my BMI is 19. Can ADHD meds (being stimulants) cause this, and is it common?

  4. Something that I've found is that there is a time factor anxiety mixed with perfectionism – can't start because I know how long it will take, and in the back of my mind I feel guilty like I should be doing something else. Unless I have the peace of mind to solely focus without guilt and enjoy the process, then I may as well not start at all. Ironically, when I finally get around to it I somehow get pulled away by other people.

  5. As a teacher I try to make sure that my students with ADHD that I'm not trying to fix them because they're not broken. I also tell them that we need to find tools to cope with the challenges because they are not going to grow out of it. It's always amazing how many assignments get turned in when I have the student do a bag or locker dump. A lot of the work is already done, but the executive function to turn stuff in is missing. I encourage the students to just do a bag dump every Friday.

  6. My cousin has ADHD he does not have the same disorder as me and I've noticed he has a hyperactive disorder he starts acting very silly and funny it's hard to describe his personality

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