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ADD ADHD Support Tips

Updated: Sep 30, 2020


As a child I knew I was very different. Being born intuitively gifted, I was highly kinetic, while also being hyper sensitive to almost everything in my environment. I had more energy than I knew what to do with and would often be outspoken without meaning to, already several steps ahead in the conversation. It was as though I was functioning from a light speed turbo gear simply going faster than most around me, which few could tolerate. Often I was told I was "too excited, too hyper and just too much."


Growing up I struggled with trying to fit in and being understood which used to make me act out at the drop of a hat. This was attempting to offset the ongoing overstimulation that I couldn't seem to get away from. Paying attention in class was challenging because I had so much intuitive information coming in from students and teachers around me about their bodies and their lives. Trying to sort out math equations while receiving the awareness my teacher was struggling with an unhappy marriage would bounce my attention out the window. Back then I was not yet able to handle my intuitive gifts and was confused why others did not see, hear, feel and experience what I was going through. I learned very young that sharing what I saw and knew was not welcomed.


Luckily in my early teens, I found amazing conscious teachers that began to guide me into personal balance and steer me onto a holistic path. This started my development into becoming a leading global intuitive to teach and coach the holistic healing, intuitive lifestyle work that I enjoy today. It is so rewarding to be able to guide other 'sensitives' to know that they are not alone. While coaching them to intuitive