Confessions of
a Confident

ADHD Mind


The Colourful Truth

by Stephanie A d'Entremont

This heartfelt journey is a testament of a mother's strength, perseverance and trust as revealed through her vulnerable confessions. This colourful discovery helps us all peel off the many layers that the world has labelled those of us with ADHD with. It's not a stigma, it's a process.

Confessions of
a Confident

ADHD Mind


The Colourful Truth

by Stephanie A d'Entremont

This heartfelt journey is a testament of a mother's strength, perseverance and trust as revealed through her vulnerable confessions. This colourful discovery helps us all peel off the many layers that the world has labelled those of us with ADHD with. It's not a stigma, it's a process.

Spread your wings and fly. Let the world look up at you instead of looking down on it.

Stephanie d'Entremont

Spread your wings and fly. Let the world look up at you instead of looking down on it.

Stephanie d'Entremont

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Stephanie Anne d'Entremont is a wife, mother, interior designer and writer living in a picturesque seaside village in beautiful Nova Scotia. Learning she has ADHD has been both a blight and a blessing, but mostly a rebirth like a phoenix. As a proud Scorpio, problem-solving and thinking outside of the box is what she does best. And in living her most authentic life, she's learned that there are no problems, only solutions. We are all heroes of our own story. Her hope is that her two children "mirror what you admire.

The rest is still unwritten . . .

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    Just wanted to say I read your book last night. All of it. It was so interesting I wanted to finish it. I liked your sincerity mixed in with your humour, the quotes, the colourful pages, even the feel of the pages. I think a lot of people could get something out of reading it. Well done! Congratulations!
    G. D. S.
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    With out the structure and direction of others . Your book gave me hope and put a spark in me that makes me think no mater what I do next will be successful if I want it enough . I still have no idea what path to take but I feel much better about the process. Sorry for the long message but I'm sure you get it lol 😆
    E. S.
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    Just finished reading your book, and I absolutely loved it 😀 It was so real, so honest, and I am sure you will help many people dealing with ADHD. I have a long time friend who has ADHD, and I am going to give her the book for her to read. I think she will relate to a lot of things mentioned in your book. Thank you so much for sharing your personal story and having the courage to do it💕
    M. H.
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    Hi Stephanie! Thank you for the beautiful gift you are! I finished your book and am so inspired by your honesty your strength your courage to tell your story wow! Amazing Steph thank you for this gift your sharing so honest so intimate….your truth your splashes of humour and those quotes! Love ya girl! So proud of you and forever inspired by you xo
    N.C.

AN EXCLUSIIVE LOOK INSIDE CONFESSIONS OF A CONFIDENT ADHD MIND

They say having children changes your life for the better. Yes, I definitely agree with that — they’re the game changers, the trailblazers and the powerful reasons why it’s so important to become a better version of yourself. They’re a walking and talking version of you that’s been cut from the same DNA cloth, so you might as well “grow through what we go through” with them. But that growth is an inward journey, and it’s certainly not for the faint of heart. And finding this inner balance is the reason I hope this book helps inspire you to be better than you were yesterday no matter how your brain is wired.

You see, I believe your outside should match your inside. And mine was missing a valuable piece. It always seemed as thoughlife was one-upping me and I had no idea why . . . until I found out why I could start 20 projects with gusto and never complete one . . . until I found out why, for the life of me, I always lost track of my darn keys . . . and why I can’t stay organized to save my life!

I found out why, when I look in my children’s eyes, I have to dig really deep inside myself to find some sort of patience and understanding, or, one might say, find a change in perspective while knowing deep down that I already know why. I could finally accept that not being born a pro housekeeper doesn’t mean you are destined to fail in life.

In fact, I believe F.A.I.L. stands for First Attempt In Learning.

Confession: I love learning. A lot.