May 27, 2021
We're continuing our discussion on mindfulness with Taucha
Post. In our last episode, we discussed how mindfulness improves
our ADHD symptoms, how mindfulness and ADHD are connected in the
brain, along with shame, perfectionism, and setting ourselves up
for success instead of letting the failure mindset take over.
What is mindfulness and how do we get started practicing
Learning a few basic mindfulness techniques will give you a
free ADHD treatment that you can practice throughout your day and
with your children. It's easy to get started with mindfulness
for ADHD with the mindfulness exercises Taucha shares.
Let's discuss what mindfulness is and what it isn't, bust
through common myths about mindfulness, and then Taucha will walk
us through a short and peaceful mindfulness exercise you can do at
home with me. So grab a tasty beverage, and settle in for a
warm hug of a chat with Taucha.
Taking care of yourself is a basic requirement of living -
like food and water - not a luxury item. Self-care can and
must be done in every stage of motherhood. Get ready - let's figure
out what self-care truly fits you. You are worthy. You are
valuable. You are not alone.
Did you listen last time when Taucha shared her Adult ADHD
journey and shared how mindfulness helps ADHD symptoms? Be sure to
listen to part 1 and 2 in Episodes 92 and 93 to hear her late
diagnosis story and how mindfulness affects our brains.
Come'on. Meet your fellow (future) Successful ADHD Mama.
Follow Taucha on instagram @adhd.yoga
for her free mindfulness practices on
Mondays at noon Eastern