Humans naturally need answers and so typically find uncertainty aversive. With a presidential election, war erupting in multiple zones, rising climate volatility and myriad other types of flux, it’s easy to feel overwhelming angst for the future and see certainty as a beacon in a darkening time.
The waves of distraction, impulsivity, and the gusts of disorganization can knock people with ADHD off course. However, a practical approach that has gained prominence in recent years is coaching for ADHD. There are three reasons why coaching can benefit individuals with ADHD.
At their clearest, the data indicate that social media can have both a positive and negative impact on the well-being of young people, and that heavy use of social media — and screen time generally — appears to displace activities like sleep and exercise that are considered vital to developing brains.