Adults with ADHD often struggle with chronic procrastination. Understanding how and why you procrastinate is key to creating a personal coping strategy.
If you have ADHD, time insensitivity can create many problems. But it doesn’t have to. Gaining an understanding of time insensitivity and having strategies to manage it can help you manage your activities, be more productive and keep your commitments. Here are some tips to help you overcome ADHD time insensitivity.
You have ADHD and your life seems chaotic and disorganized. You want to add more structure to your daily activities. You need to approach it carefully. Making changes that are too big or complicated, or tackling too much at one time generally won’t work. If you add structure in small steps, you won’t always get it 100 percent right, but you’ll probably be better off than you were before. We offer tips to help you create a daily routine that will give your life structure without being burdensome.
Research indicates that college students with ADHD have a greater chance of failing and having to retake classes, getting lower grade point averages, and leaving college without graduating than students without ADHD. Despite the challenges, there are strategies that can help make the transition to college from high school easier and more successful.