100 Empowering Affirmations for Adults with ADHD (to be Spoken Daily)

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Affirmations for Adult ADHD

People who struggle with adult ADHD often have very poor self-esteem, and that’s why speaking daily affirmations is so magnetically powerful.

Positive affirmations can completely shift how you view yourself and your impact on the world.

So, keep on reading to learn just how powerful these 100 affirmations for ADHD are.

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Affirmations help shine a light on the limiting beliefs you have about yourself.

Let’s get real for a moment…how many of these sentences have you said to yourself? 👇

Common Negative ADHD Affirmations:

🛑 I can’t do anything right!

🛑 All I will ever be is a failure.

🛑 People only look down on me.

🛑 God, I’m so dumb.

🛑 I’m always being corrected.

How many years have you spent saying these bad things about yourself?

How many years have you spent believing these awful things were true?

Yes, this means you’ve spent so much time — precious, precious time — talking down to yourself and making yourself feel small.


The goal of positive affirmations is to work as dismantling these beliefs.

Because life becomes a lot more fulfilling when you change your mindset on how you see yourself and the situations you’re in.

No matter how cheesy you think reading affirmations is, your brain needs to hear them.

Because guess what?

Your brain believes the words you tell yourself.

Positive affirmations are important

The last thing you should tell yourself is how bad you are at money, being organized, and being productive.

The last thing you should tell yourself is how dumb and worthless you are.

Instead, fill your head with empowerment.

Fill your head with these 100 adult ADHD affirmations (that are filled with so much self-love)!

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100 Daily ADHD Affirmations

1. I breathe in my successes and breathe out my failures.

2. With every breath, I love myself more and more.

3. My positive mindset is powerful.

4. I am grateful for my successes.

5. I am grateful for being focused.

6. Keeping my place cleaned and organized benefits all areas of my life.

7. I am calm in my organized space.

8. Healthy foods nourish my mind, body, and soul.

9. I am peaceful.

10. I am one with my ADHD.

11. My attention span is getting stronger with each breath.

12. I am a master at focusing.

13. I am capable of anything and everything I set out to be.

14. Managing my finances comes effortlessly to me.

15. I am financially free.

16. People appreciate me for who I am.

17. I love my authenticness.

18. ADHD allows me to be creative.

19. Creative flow comes naturally to me.

20. I am a vortex of ideas.

21. I bring visions to my life.

22. My life has purpose.

23. I have purpose.

24. With every breath, I honor who I am.

25. I am loved.

26. I am lovable.

27. People accept me unconditionally.

28. I cherish the unique person I am.

29. I am happy with myself.

30. Getting help for my ADHD comes easily to me.

31. Today, I make every possible effort.

32. I effortlessly nurture my body with nutritious foods.

33. Accomplishing important tasks comes naturally to me.

34. I easily focus on one task at a time. 

35. I easily accomplish all of my goals.

36. Others value me and my opinions.

37. I have valuable things to say.

38. I quickly move forward from my mistakes.

39. Mindfulness comes naturally to me.

40. I am in the moment.

41. I live in the moment.

42. Today, I turn my thoughts into reality.

43. I have a clear mind.

44. I can do whatever I aspire to.

45. Hard work and dedication come quickly and easily to me.

46. I am ambitious.

47. I am hardworking.

48. All my goals are manifesting before my eyes.

49. I believe in me.

50. I believe in myself.

51. Working well under pressure is something I do best.

52. I am focused.

53. I am organized.

54. Today, I choose to be patient with myself.

55. I am patient with myself.

56. The only approval I will ever need is my own.

57. Having good self-esteem comes naturally to me.

58. My confidence is soaring higher than the clouds.

59. I love exploring new and diverse topics of interest.

60. I am more intelligent than I give myself credit for.

61. My mind is brilliant.

62. I am a wealth of knowledge.

63. I have direction.

64. Huge sums of money come quickly and easily for me.

65. I am an expert at handling my finances.

66. I am a money master.

67. I am unstoppable.

68. My self-esteem is rising higher and higher.

69. I unconditionally accept myself.

70. I unconditionally love myself.

71. My voice is valuable.

72. My opinions matter.

73. I stand my ground and protect myself.

74. I have the strength to rise up and face any adversity.

75. I carry strength and resilience with me wherever I go.

76. Every step I take is courageous. 

77. I trust in my ability to survive any obstacle that comes my way.

78. My efforts are being supported by the universe.

79. I am thriving in all areas of my life.

80. I am more than capable of living my dream life.

81. My personality shines brightly.

82. I am authentic.

83. I deserve love, compassion, and empathy.

84. Success is my birthright.

85. Love is my birthright.

86. I am meant to be here.

87. I am in charge of my emotions, desires, and abilities.

88. My mind is free of resistance.

89. I believe these affirmations are making a huge difference in my life.

90. I have control over my ADHD symptoms.

91. Creating solutions comes naturally to me.

92. I work well under pressure.

93. I have a determined attention span.

94. All problems are solvable.

95. I am celebrating and enjoying my success.

96. I let go of all feelings of regret and shame.

97. I feel completely comfortable with myself.

98. I honor who I am in this current moment.

99. Today, I choose to stop apologizing for who I am.

100. Today, I choose me.


Now that you have read these affirmations, let’s see how you can correctly apply them.

1. Let go of negative affirmations

How many times a day do you not believe in your abilities, skills, or even yourself?

How many times a day do you catch yourself saying negative insults about yourself?

I’m sure you’ve caught yourself saying things like:

🚫 I will never be smart enough.

🚫 I’m not responsible enough.

🚫 I’ll always suffer from ADHD.

These negative affirmations are destructive to your self-esteem, your success, and your ability to love and appreciate yourself.

As soon as you catch yourself thinking negative thoughts, pause and stop yourself.

Letting go of negative affirmations might be the most important step in learning to use affirmations correctly.

2. Replace with nothing

That’s right. Get used to saying nothing at all.

Pay attention to how you feel when you don’t react to any of your negative thoughts.

Get comfortable with not giving them power.

This might be more difficult than you imagined, and that’s okay.

You’ve been conditioned to absorb negativity.

3. Incorporate positive affirmations

Now’s the time to start saying positive affirmations.

You can say them to yourself internally or out loud. 

The best positive affirmations are always in the present tense, include positive words, and are spoken as a fact and the truth.

The most powerful affirmations are the ones that turn your negative thoughts into positive ones. 

Using the examples above, start saying:

🏆 I am incredibly intelligent

🏆 I am completely responsible

🏆 I am in control of my ADHD

(If this is still too difficult for you, try saying something like, “I am open to believing these affirmations”.)

And now…

4. Repeat the process

Using affirmations correctly takes practice and dedication.

Let me say that again.

It takes practice, practice, and more practice.

You won’t be able to say these affirmations for adult ADHD once and feel much different.

The first couple of times you practice them, you might even feel defeated, because they didn’t really work at all.

(Remember, try saying “I’m open to believing these affirmations” if they seem too out of reach.)

But keep at it.

Keep letting go of negative affirmations, getting comfortable with the silence, and then incorporating positive affirmations.

Positive Affirmations for ADHD

If you’re not sure about affirmations, really take the time to practice them with an open mind.

Take the time to really believe in them and their power.

It’s best if you say these loving and powerful ADHD affirmations both morning and night for 21 days straight.

That’s when you’ll really start to see a difference in your self-esteem and how you feel about yourself!

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One thought on “100 Empowering Affirmations for Adults with ADHD (to be Spoken Daily)

  1. By saying less of “I should be ….”, we focus on what we truly are capable of, and what we can be.

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