“While some habits like engaging in daily exercise, wiping down the kitchen counters before going to bed, or laying out your clothes for the next day can be useful and even good for you, others can hold you back and fuel unwanted clutter, chaos, or unhealthy lifestyles. Habits like these can be even more of a challenge for people with ADHD. But, as the saying goes, “Old habits die hard” and, as much as you may want to change what you know doesn’t serve you, it can seem impossible to make a much-needed shift.” Read the full YourTango article for tips on breaking ADHD bad habits and creating new, lasting ones!
“The 4-Step Process That Helps People With ADHD (And Everyone Else!) Break Free Of Bad Habits” by Dr. Sharon Saline
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