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7 Keys to Living a Happy Life with ADHD

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VAST, which places focus not on a “deficit” of attention, but an abundance of it.In essence, living a happy, healthy life with ADHD (or VAST) comes down to eliminating shame, understanding the unique workings of your mind, and following strategies that focus on and nurture your strengths.

Here’s how.The ADHD mind, more so than the neurotypical mind, may be hard-wired to ruminate and stew in negative self-talk. The antidote is a simple cognitive trick dating back to antiquity.When our thoughts aren’t focused on anything in particular, we enter what’s called the default mode network (DMN).

Opposite to that is the task positive network (TPN), which activates when we are paying close attention to something and our imagination is positively.

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