Clutter is a universal problem for adults with ADD/ADHD. When there’s trouble dealing with the boring need to clean up little things, piles begin to build up.
Paperwork is often a big issue, as well as impulsively buying something that seemed great at the time, and now is just filling up more space.
And then clutter can get overwhelming…
It can lead to embarassment, and it can contribute to social problems – you don’t want people to come over because of how embarasing your clutter is. And then you may feel bad about your kids not having their friends over because of it.
And this can lead to guilt and shame.
On this post – I interview ADD Coach Lynne Edris (From Coaching ADDvantages) about how to clear clutter.
(watch the video until the end – you’ll not only hear me mess up (and have a good laugh over it), you’ll learn how you can get specific strategies and skills to conquer your clutter)
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