“I’m always late. I’m always behind schedule. I leave things till the last moment. I end up rushing. I’m always trying to catch up.”
Adults with ADHD often struggle with being on time. They fail to plan, they don’t follow a schedule, or allow for delays and interruptions.
They end up driving too fast, cutting corners, forgetting things because they’re in a panic. Yet they cannot see why this keeps happening. It is a huge blind spot, and it costs an ADHD adult time, money, opportunities, and eventually affinity, friendships and even their job. Dr. Anthony Rostain explains what’s going on and uses a powerful analogy drawn from mountain climbers who take on the challenge of Everest.
Time management is a big issue, and as you learn to arrive on time, or ever early, you will enjoy a huge reduction in stress and frustration.