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Just a quick note before I take the evening off... 😱

Please plan in something nice for yourself. 🥰

I’m leaving my phone at home and going for a curry with my lovely hubby. 👩‍❤️‍👨
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4 days ago

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It’s Tuesday night and I have already worked 35 hours.

Sunday: 9 hours
Monday: 13 hours
Tuesday: 13 hours

Errr, I think I best take the rest of the week easy.
Errr, no. Tomorrow is an 8 hour day but then I’m down with ADHD Surrey and ADHD Foundation until Saturday night.

🙏The saving grace is that I absolutely love what I do.
🧡The essential thing is the support of my family.
🥰The icing on the cake is the feedback and acknowledgment from my amazing clients.
🤝The encouraging part is the growing team around me.
🙋🏼‍♀️The purpose is to make a difference - and I know that I do.

However, my current working hours are not maintainable and ‘No’ is a word I’m learning to say.

I’m not a Martyr. I get paid for a lot of what I do. But I do a lot for love too.
It took me a year to replace my part time teacher income, and now I’m almost back to a full time teacher salary. And I have my initial investment to pay back so it’s still hard. The intention is to earn a living but not a fortune. I know what I’m doing and why I’m doing it and I’m very proud to be a thriving #ADHD professional and a champion for change. I’ll take sone time out next week. #TeamADHD #lovewhatyoudo #dowhatyoulove #findyourpurpose
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Another testimonial that made me want to cry. 🤭

Jannine has persevered with my son for several months now, attempting to get him to engage with her which sometimes is successful and sometimes isn't. She has always been patient and constantly looking at different options and has never given up hope. She was rewarded recently when something serious and extremely upsetting happened to him and it was Jannine he contacted to tell her about it and to talk to.
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5 days ago

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I can see my influence on the work of others. I love this, although sometimes It would be nice to see it acknowledged. Just a little nod or a thank you. Just a ‘I love this and I’m inspired’ or an ‘I’m stealing this’. Or even better, credit me in the post or publication. We are all influenced by each other and our work should always make others want to do more or better. But when I pour my heart and soul into something and see it replicated elsewhere, sometimes even better than my original idea, I should be able to feel proud of my input in someone else’s work.

Talk to me. I’m nice! Anyone who has worked with me will tell you I get great satisfaction from the achievements of others. A legacy is built on sharing and supporting others and I will help you or work with you if I can. I ask for grace, consideration and acknowledgment.

I haven’t written this about one person or organisation. It’s not personally aimed at anyone. It’s cumulative because it happens often in the UK and US. I notice! Sometimes it makes me smile but not when it happens a lot and especially not when it is so thinly disguised. It’s a compliment when it’s acknowledged. I’m not precious and I know that we can all unwittingly take on the words of others and make them our own - hence why most make me smile. I like that I inspire others to write. But write from you own heart please and not from mine.

I have #ADHD. The upside to this is the ideas and words will keep coming. Nearly 5 years in and I’m still writing! No sign of writers block yet but I do find myself being guarded and I have to consciously decide to let go and commit to sharing freely and I really shouldn’t even have to think about it.

Hey ho. My idealism I know. Maybe I’m just deluded. The book content stays under wraps but other than that, I’ll just carry on being me.

Jannine 🦉
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With us you are in good hands... Jannine Harris MA PCGE QTLS, Founder of ADHD WISE is an MSc Psychology student at the University of Liverpool. Jannine is brutally honest and open about her life with ADHD and is passionate about ‘Promoting Positive Outcomes‘.

At last! We are pleased to say that ADHD is more widely understood and accepted than it has ever been before.  There are a growing number of us who are willing to talk openly and honestly about how ADHD impacts our lives – the good, the bad, and the ugly!

ADHD can affect anyone, and it’s okay.  We’re different, but we can and do function in society in our unique and bombastic way. We are often the most creative people you know and are often drawn to caring professions or careers where we can feel we make a difference.

If you, your child, a family member, a child in your class, an employee, your partner, have ADHD, they have had it since birth, and will always have it.  If you encourage them to accept themselves and be allowed to thrive, your time around them will be full of love and entertainment. Life around a thriving ADHD’er means never being bored or lonely.

ADHD Wise UK has been set up by adults who are diagnosed with ADHD themselves and use it to good effect.  We want to champion the possibilities, and ‘promote positive outcomes’ for those with ADHD. It’s a tough condition to live with at times.  There are some of us who barely manage to survive, let alone thrive.  We are here for them because merely surviving is never enough. We all deserve more than that.

There is a reason for everything and a host of potential solutions to every ADHD issue.  ADHD Wise UK is entirely ‘Solution Focussed’ and will always endeavour to help you to navigate the challenges ahead, and find a positive way forward.

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"My employer sent me on a days 'Inroduction to ADHD' course, and it was fine. But I learnt more from Jannine in an hour".

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"Clever and passionate lady who is on a mission to make a change for the better. No more shaming. I didn't know I was even doing it. 'It's okay. You're okay'. 'We're in this together - NO MATTER WHAT (bear/dog)'! Thank you Jannine".

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"Ok. I get it now. If I want things to change for my [ADHD] child, I've got to learn to 'embrace the crazy'".

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"If you want to know how to help your ADHD pupils without running yourself into the ground, Jannine can help".

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"She is a walking talking ADHD lesson, and everyone needs to hear her".

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"Jannine delivers a unique perspective on ADHD that brings together theory and practice. Her passion and knowledge make her a force to be reckoned with. I went into the session as a sceptic and came out as a passionate believer".

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We laughed, We cried and We grew... Thank you Jannine for facilitating change and positive outcomes in my family.

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