• Today's blog: "Does ADHD Manifest Differently in Boys and Girls?"
  • New Release: "ADHD and the Importance of Emotions"
  • Current Event: "Emotional Dysregulation and ADHD"
  • Current Event: "Concept of Personal Attribution"
  • Current Event: "Creative Solutions to Common Problems"
  • Current Event: "Understanding Self-Regulation When You Have ADHD"
  • My Coaching Services
  • What People Are Saying about DIG Coaching
  • My Professional Coaching Designations
Blog . . .
Does ADHD Manifest Differently in Boys and Girls?
Studies have shown that boys are usually diagnosed with ADHD more often than girls simply because ADHD symptoms appear more obvious in boys' behavior. Even though ADHD symptoms may be the same in both boys and girls, it's notably apparent in boys as their behaviors are much more outward. In fact, girls may try to disguise the symptoms or sometimes develop anxiety, depression, or compulsive behaviors.

As I became more curious about that subject, I wanted to get the facts from an expert, and Dr. Patricia Quinn was exactly the right expert. Read my blogpost titled, "Does ADHD Manifest Differently in Boys and Girls?" to get some eye-opening insights on the subject.

Jeff Copper
Your ADHD and Attention Coach
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"ADHD and the Importance of Emotions"
ADHD comes with inherent challenges. There is nothing “wrong” with your brain; it's just that the ADHD brain is wired differently. But if you understand the ADHD brain, you'll know “why” it behaves as it does and you can put your energy into managing the challenges by working with your ADHD, not against it. That's the focus of our brand new eBook: "ADHD and the Importance of Emotions."

In this eBook, ADHD coach Jeff Copper and world-renowned ADHD expert Dr. Russell Barkley discuss the role emotions play in ADHD. If you have ADHD and are struggling with it, you need to understand the condition and the significance of emotions. If you're not managing your emotions, you're not addressing the entire problem.

Check it out! For the low price of $6.97 you'll be gaining a valuable understanding of how the ADHD brain works. Click the button below or copy and paste this link into your browser: www.digcoaching.com/ebook-emotions/
This eBook is the second of five eBooks in our series, entitled "ADHD Genius: The Dr. Russell Barkley Interview Collection." Each eBook focuses on a common theme for adults with ADHD: Emotion, Motivation, Working Memory, Self-Regulation, and Life Expectancy.

A few words of wisdom from the series:

  • “ADHD is associated with serious problems with impulsive emotion and with difficulties regulating your emotions to make them more mature, acceptable, and consistent with your goals.”
  • “By understanding how the motivational system works, we can begin to get some clues on doing something about it.”
  • “An emotion is a very short-term change in the state of our body and of our mind.”

Purchase individual eBooks that speak to you or the entire collection for just $27.98. That's a small price to pay for all the knowledge the series has to offer. Click the button below to learn more, or copy and paste this URL into your browser: www.digcoaching.com/barkley-collection/
Current Event . . .
Emotional Dysregulation and ADHD

Jeff Copper was invited once again by Cathy Rashidian to appear on her podcast, Proudly ADHD. Cathy and Jeff discussed the topic of "Emotional Dysregulation and ADHD," around the impact ADHD has on regulating emotion for those with ADHD. Understanding your emotions in relation to ADHD is important so you can understand why you have such big emotions and how to manage them.

Listen to the Podcast: www.digcoaching.com/proudly58
Current Event . . .
The Concept of Personal Attribution

Jeff Copper was interviewed on ENTP Nurture Vlog concerning the concept of personal attribution. He discusses the processes of self-observation, feeling productive, and getting to the core of the issue, noting that self-awareness is a solid predictor of success in life. WATCH THE VIDEO: www.digcoaching.com/entp
Current Event . . .
Creative Solutions to Common Problems

ADHD coach Jeff Copper spends a lot of his time coming up with unique ways to help his clients. In this conversation with Dr. Ned Hallowell, he shares some of the interesting ways he’s helped people get things done and manage their time better. As you’ll hear, Jeff believes it’s all about using what works for you, even if it’s unusual!
Current Event . . .
Understanding Self-Regulation When You Have ADHD

Catch Jeff Copper on David Greenwood's "Overcoming Distractions" podcast, talking about Understanding Self-Regulation When You Have ADHD, walking us through why the ADHD brain has challenges with self-regulation, and listing specific examples with strategies to down-regulate and override impulsivity.

Listen to Jeff's insight to become more aware of your emotions and self-regulation. https://digcoaching.com/od105/
My Coaching Services . . .
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What People Are Saying about DIG Coaching . . .

Coaching with Jeff helped me to think differently about solutions, not just do things differently. This change in thinking has formed my whole life, not just with issues of productivity. Going in, I thought I’d solve some issues, make some decisions better, and become more productive. Coaching with Jeff is much more than just solutions for particular needs. He helps you to think differently about the root causes of why all previously-tried solutions haven’t worked for you. He helps you to visualize your own attention, how you pay attention, and not just what object you pay attention to. This is what sets him apart. It’s tremendously enriching. And of course, the other issues found solutions. I learned how paperless really means less for me, how I need to flesh out my thoughts on paper. I learned how to set up my home, office, and life so that I can allow creative ideas to be collected, sorted, decided on, and realized. Coaching with Jeff has given so much for me to move forward now.
Recognition . . .

DIG Coaching Practice has been selected as one of SOAR's* Top 60 Remote ADHD Coaches as a "one-stop-shop" to help families and others in the ADHD community to find the right coach for their family. Check it out here: www.soarnc.org/adhd-coach/

*SOAR, founded in 1977, is a non-profit organization offering ADHD summer camps and is an authorized permittee of the National Park Service and the National Forest Service.

Professional Coaching Designations . . .
Jeff Copper is trained, accredited, and certified as a Professional Certified ADHD Coach (PCAC) with the Professional Association for ADHD Coaches (PAAC) and as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF).