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TDAH et Refus
TDAH et Refus
TDAH et Refus
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TDAH et Refus

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Les personnes atteintes de TDAH ont souvent du mal avec les compétences sociales. Elles peuvent manquer de conscience sociale, se plonger dans leurs propres pensées et avoir du mal à refuser des demandes. En raison de difficultés dans l'autogestion et de limites floues, elles peuvent avoir du mal à refuser, ce qui peut conduire à une vie pesante. L'incapacité à refuser peut involontairement entraîner la prise en charge de responsabilités inutiles.

 

Léonard de Vinci a dit un jour que refuser dès le début est la chose la plus facile. À travers ce livre, vous pouvez découvrir quelle est la forme la plus simple de refus. En maîtrisant l'art du refus, en établissant des limites claires, en préservant ce qui est important et en cultivant des relations saines, on peut envisager une vie remplie de richesse et de bonheur.

 

En explorant divers récits sur comment refuser et quoi décliner, j'espère que vous aspirez à devenir une personne respectée et estimée, malgré le TDAH.

LanguageFrançais
PublisherJiyeon Lee
Release dateSep 3, 2023
ISBN9798223437017
TDAH et Refus
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Jiyeon Lee

Jiyeon Lee, Korean writer, and translator.  As a child, I was misunderstood as a prodigy, and as an adult, I was misunderstood as someone who intentionally hurts others. My family treated me like an enemy. I couldn't even understand myself, so how could I explain myself and defend against misconceptions? I had no place to belong in life, and I often had to leave communities or organizations feeling like I was being pushed out while standing on my tiptoes. When I learned that I had ADHD, I felt like I had to apologize to the whole world without any reason. With my inadequate social skills, I used to make mistakes and be misunderstood, but now I can give myself a reason to stop and have the courage to pursue what I really want to do instead of just making money. I am now writing, which is something that I enjoy doing. I realized that having ADHD is painful, but it's okay to inconvenience others a little bit. I tell myself that everyone can be a burden to someone else, and accepting that we all have some weaknesses in life makes it a bit easier to live. I want to offer my sincere condolences to all individuals with developmental disorders.

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