Mar 31, 2021
Our guest this
week is Kate Moryoussef, of Coaching by Kate. Like many of us, Kate
was torn between stay at home mom and working mom, wanting to be
home with her babies but also feeling like she was drawn to more.
As she wandered her way into her calling, as many of us do, Kate
realized that who she wanted to help were women like herself - but
she wasn't sure how to describe ...us! See, Kate didn't know that
there was a name for women like her, women like us, until recently,
as she was diagnosed with Adult ADHD just a few months ago. And
knowing who she is has made all the difference. Now Kate is using
her ADHD to help women as a well-being coach, using Emotional
Freedom Technique , also called tapping, to help her clients.
Listen in as Kate shares her Adult ADHD diagnosis journey, how
she grew up in an ADHD home (yet didn't know that she had it,
too!), how she found her calling, and how she uses her own
diagnosis to help her daughter.
Her story continues in the next episode, so stay tuned for
part 2 with Kate! We dive into our discussion on self-care,
through tapping, which is a simple and easy to implement treatment
for both ADHD and anxiety.
Each week of our series on self-care, our guest will share an
area of self care that we can use to take care of our ADHD brain,
body, mind, and soul. I cannot wait for you to, not only learn what
gives you energy, but know wholeheartedly that it is totally doable
to take care of ourselves when we make it ADHD friendly. We're
starting with simplicity - baby steps and we're aiming for progress
over perfection. Come'on. Meet your fellow Successful ADHD
or facebook @coachingbykate
and sign up for her emails on her site in order to get the
most up to date info from Kate, or learn about her group and 1:1
It's time to stop beating yourself for forgetting yet another
school event or doctor's appt...or forgetting to pick up your kid
It's time to feel confident and capable keeping up with your
Pre-sale is open for my upcoming class on how to use your
calendar when you have ADHD.