self-esteem and regain self-confidence as they age. The key to this work is two-fold – it involves managing ADHD as best as possible, and stopping negative thoughts from clouding self-perception.The core beliefs that shape self-esteem are determined by whether a person appreciates and likes who they are.ADHD, especially if not managed well, can lead to constant frustration and self-criticism.
The cumulative impact of these frustrations, criticisms, real and perceived failures, self-blaming, and guilt turn self-esteem into rubble.
Over time, very low self-esteem can lead to anxiety, substance abuse, mood disorders, and other serious problems.[Get This Free Download: 9 Truths About ADHD and Intense Emotions]When ADHD is managed well, this.Read more on additudemag.com