Pacing Ourselves

Having ADHD sometimes means going at your own pace that might not always line up with our peers, is this a bad thing? Not at all!

Friends as Attachment Figures

Attachment Theory doesn't just have to do with how we relate to our caregivers, but all sorts of relationships, including our friendships.

Friendship Status: It's Complicated

Friend can be a heavy word, yet we use it so casually in our modern world. How can we be the kinds of friends we need and want right now?

Who Are You?

Who are you? What are your values? How you can you stay true to those with external pressure and the challenges of ADHD?

Befriending Yourself

We mostly know how to make friends, but have you ever thought about being a friend to yourself? Coach Brink shows us the way.

All Out of Spoons

We all have limited energy funds some of us more so than others, how can we manage our energy in a way that honors us best.

Choosing Priorities: Our Bodies Know

The world is quick to tell us what to prioritize. How can we listen to our bodies to determine our priorities both small and big?

ADHD and Anxiety

How does ADHD impact anxiety and vice versa? Read Coach Brink's insights to living with ADHD and anxiety, while still thriving.

Managing Sensory Overload

Sensory overload impacts all of us at some point, but many with neurodivergence know the challenge. Here are some tools to help when it hits

Some Days I Don't Like Being a Parent

Parenting is hard for any person add in the double whammy of sensory issues and ADHD and you need all the support you can get.

It's Not You, It's Your ADHD

Our neurobiology has a lot to do with how we function every day. It might not be You that's struggling, but how your ADHD is impacting YOU!

Choosing Rest Choosing Ourselves

Making space for rest as a parent sometimes feels impossible. In reality, it's a necessity to care for ourselves and those we care about.

 

What's on my mind

I love to write, but sometimes I need a place to try on ideas. Hear my 'rough draft' thoughts on all things personhood, neurodivergent living, and healing in my Sunday letters.