The Empowering ADHD Workbook for Women

Estelle Rose

Self Help

Are you overwhelmed by a million racing thoughts and a never-ending rollercoaster of emotions? Then keep reading. Do you constantly feel on the edge of burning out? Like you’re always either stuck in hyperfocus or hyper-fatigue?

Do you feel held back at work or in relationships? Do you live in constant fear of rejection, criticism, or judgment?

Do you feel like putting your house in order is as big of a task as climbing Mount Everest, even though the clutter around you makes your mind feel cluttered too?

Have you always felt like you didn’t quite fit in?

I know. I’ve been there.

Imagine having a switch to silence the constant chatter in your brain. Imagine feeling accepted and understood for who you truly are.

Did you know that only 3.2% of women in the U.S. are diagnosed with ADHD compared to 5.4% of men? That’s 69% more diagnoses for men when the prevalence is about the same!

We’ve been unseen for far too long. But the tide is turning, and adult women are now the fastest-growing group diagnosed with ADHD.

Inside this complete guide, specifically tailored for women, you’ll find a treasure trove of practical tools, hacks, and proven strategies to help you manage your ADHD symptoms.

But you don’t just want to survive with ADHD; you want to thrive, right?

With the guidance of this book, you’ll learn to make peace with ADHD and embrace neurodiversity to unlock your full potential and live with clarity and confidence.

Here are just a few of the transformative tools and strategies you will discover in this

15 proven strategies to slow down your racing thoughtsFacts and fiction when it comes to ADHD and womenThe mindset shift you need to embrace neurodiversityThe 7-step guide to regulating emotionsHow to craft your own sensory diet to address sensory problemsHow to manage your hormones and their impact on ADHDThe three simple steps you need to tackle the floordrobe (you know, that pile of clothes on the floor). And many more hacks to create a calming homeHow to make peace with your bank account and curb emotional spendingThe 3-step formula you need to set healthy boundariesHow to navigate your relationships with friends, family, and professionals. We’ll even talk about sex, baby!All the tools to harness the power of ADHD at work and tackle impostor syndromeAnd much more!From the American Psychiatry Association to the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the U.K., leading psychiatric associations emphasize that lifestyle changes can improve ADHD symptoms, with or without medication.

If you’re ready to make ADHD work for you rather than against you, then “Empowered Women with ADHD” is the book you need, even if you have the attention span of a goldfish and feel like you’re drowning in a sea of information.

It is a practical guide written by a woman with ADHD for busy women with ADHD. You can start implementing strategies right now and at your own pace.

-Excerpt taken from Goodreads.

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My Opinion

5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5) I have never read a more informative book about ADHD. I am still learning about it because it runs in my family, but there are so many aspects that it’s hard to remember everything. This book breaks it down in a way that is easy to read while also making it easy to remember. 

“ADHD is a neurological condition that affects both men and women as well as children. Many people like to describe it as a restless, noisy brain.” There is also an imbalance of dopamine and norepinephrine. 

The book explains the functions of the brain but also potential causes and types of ADHD. It explains the diagnosis process, medications and more. But my favorite parts? The worksheets. These were highly helpful in understanding symptoms but also giving ideas to combat the negative aspects of the disorder. 

I really enjoyed the positive outlook it portrayed. It was about embracing the uniqueness  but also “treating ADHD as an ally, not an enemy.” How to love it and work with it and make it a positive tool. It taught how to find “your people,” enhance those relationships but to also be your own “self-bff.”

Briefly, I’ll note many other aspects that I was impressed with; the tips, methods to try in difficult situations, diet and health, cleaning, forgetfulness, ADHD tax (impulse buys), oversharing, self soothing, social situations, parenting tools, and so much more! 

Does that feel overwhelming? Just look at the end of the chapter for “key takeaways,” or focus on checking the boxes on a worksheet or two. I believe this is a great starting point to find success and set yourself up for learning more as you go. 

There is so much valuable information in this book. So much so that I couldn’t touch on it all. Just filling out the workbooks will do wonders. 

I highly recommend this to those with ADHD or who have a loved one with it. I know I could have benefitted from this years ago so I hope I can get this into the hands of someone who needs it just as much. 

Thank you to Estelle Rose and Rosali Publishing for the copy and the chance to help get this out in the world!

The book is out now!

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