Staying True To Yourself No Matter What...with Jeff Emmerson
After being diagnosed with Adult ADHD at the age of thirty-five after a suicide attempt, Jeff Emmerson decided to devote his professional life to raising awareness about the condition that is just beginning to get the attention it truly deserves. Jeff has written a powerful and inspiring memoir about living with undiagnosed Adult ADHD, and he plans on writing future books to help reach those living with ADHD like he is.
Having been a determined hockey player and bodybuilder growing up, Jeff has always had the desire to write a book and motivate people. He believes firmly in the power of the human mind, and the ability to change lives through focusing on gratitude, living in the moment, and following your heart in life. It’s never too late to change your life for the better, he says. “Giving back through sharing the good, the bad and the ugly of my story is truly what I’m out to do. After I nearly ended it all in 2011 (before having my eyes opened to the battle I had been facing all along), I knew I had to take my diagnosis to the world to help people know they aren’t alone!” As it turns out, Jeff’s diagnosis came at a time where real-life accounts of living with Adult ADHD are sorely needed in society. There aren’t very many to speak of.
“I’m on a mission to reach millions of adults who are going through the life-altering challenges that ADHD can create. Managing symptoms while maximizing our gifts and passions is the key to a better life – no doubt about it.
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