Kevin J. Roberts

My name is Kevin J. Roberts, and I've made it my focus to transform lives for the better. Whether it's through ADHD or academic support, cyber addiction coaching, public speaking engagements and seminars, or my numerous books and articles, I help my clients unlock their inherent potential to change the world.

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Category: ADHD

Am I a Loser? Unmasking Toxic Shame

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This is the first in a series of three posts that examine toxic shame, an often unexamined but potent psychological force. I am unsure when this question first entered my mind, but it often plagues me. I know that by the time I entered high school, I already felt I lived along the social margins.… Read more

ADHD Mindfulness Training: The Mr. Miyagi Method

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This post is written by one of my ADHD coaching clients, Joshua. He has succinctly captured how and why ADHD Coaching can be helpful. Thank you Joshua. I wish you luck as you enter law school, and I am really impressed by your ability to illustrate how you have made small, subtle changes to work… Read more

ADHD Movie Review: Defiance

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This post is written by a sophomore student who is part of my homeschool group. He watched the movie, Defiance, which details the struggles of a Jewish family who save others from the clutches of the Nazis and fight back. The young man who wrote this, DJ, told me, “This is a movie that every… Read more

Get Off Your Butt and out of that Chair!

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I work from home and find that my daily default, for the first half of my day, is sitting in front of a computer screen.  I putz around answering emails, then get absorbed in a Facebook or LinkedIn post, and the surfing flurry goes on from there.  Many days, I am totally unproductive. Something about… Read more

Bag of Tricks: Five Ways to Succeed with ADHD

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The ADHD brain is supremely tuned to respond well to novelty and excitement, but is an exceedingly poor performer when things get routine, predictable, and yes, boring. Our lives are like the movie, Ground Hog Day, and many of us have similarities to the character played by Bill Murray. When the same stimuli come at… Read more