Mon, 12 March 2018
If you’re expecting to hear last month’s live Q&A, I’ve changed the plan. I really want to share a conversation with Marisol Salizar. Marisol is one of the members of our Coaching and Accountability Group, and I think when it comes to finding what really matters in life, and creating healthy boundaries between work, family, and play, the progress that she has made can be inspirational for all of us who really struggle with this balance, especially when we are fortunate enough to love the work that we do.
Marisol is a wife, a mom, and a biology professor. She made it through her whole academic career not knowing she had ADHD. Like many undiagnosed women, she hit 40 with a full-time career, a husband, two kids (one recently diagnosed with ADHD), a house, a geriatric cat, and several dead plants. She just couldn’t juggle it anymore. Luckily, her daughter’s psychiatrist advised her not to quit her job before coming in for an evaluation.
In this conversation, you will hear Marisol share her successes, her struggles, and her story. Marisol talks about her diagnosis, “parenting herself,” and some of the strategies she has implemented. Marisol explains why she decided to join the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, and what she has gained from participating.
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