Tulsa, OK – Most everything we do comes down to our relationships. Whether it’s a boss, a friend or a spouse, if you’re easily distracted and struggle with impulse control, it’s likely to interfere with your relationships.
This is especially true for those individuals who suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects a person’s ability to focus and complete tasks.
Tereasa Jones is a senior certified ADHD Coach, master certified relationship coach and founder of Coached Living, where she works with individuals struggling with ADHD to develop systems and strategies to accomplish their goals and improve their relationships.
“ADHD is a challenge for sure, but it can also be a delightful blessing,” says Tereasa. “People with ADHD have more energy than 10 people. They just sparkle. That sparkle can easily be dulled if they don’t learn strategies and methods to overcome their issues. So what I want to know is how can we maximize their sparkle?”
Tereasa had been a therapist for a number of years when she first decided to transition to coaching. She says initially she didn’t have a niche, but more and more people with ADHD started showing up. Though she admits she was puzzled by it at first, she enrolled in ADHD Coaching School and became determined to read everything she could.
“My passion for ADHD came when I discovered that people with ADHD are not boring,” laughs Tereasa. “They come to you full of energy, excitement, intelligence and creativity. I feel more energized after speaking to my clients than I do before speaking to them.
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