In last week’s post I talked about how people with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD) tend to miss social cues.
ADHD is a lifelong condition. That means that if you suffer from ADHD, then it has been with you your entire life.
ADHD has shaped your social interactions from elementary school, right up to the present day.
And chances are, because you have ADHD, you have had some challenging experiences in your social life.
Painful social situations that appeared to come out of the blue.
These situations likely happened because of your ADHD. They happened because you acted impulsively or didn’t pick up the social cues that might have warned you.
And when you have negative social consequences hitting you from out of the blue, it makes sense that you would develop a bit of anxiety.
After all, you’re getting punished every time you stick your neck out and socialize.
And you probably feel like it’s impossible to avoid those painful situations.
It can take a lot of work to get over that anxiety, especially if it has been building up over a long period of time.
Now, I’m going to be straight with you – I’m not a doctor, and I don’t claim to treat medical conditions like ADHD or Social Anxiety disorder.
But what I can do is help guys get out of their comfort zone.
I can help guys challenge themselves.
I can help guys better understand the social signals they get from the people around them.
I can help them learn how to navigate the social challenges that they come up against.
So they don’t get that painful social feedback anymore.
And so they can flourish and succeed despite whatever disadvantage fate has given them.
If you want to read more – Check out my other articles on Attention Deficit Disorder.
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