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We share effective tips and practices for working with Adult ADD / Adult ADHD in a natural, holistic way, without the use of medications. Hosted by Bahman Sarram and Michael Joseph Ferguson. For more info, visit: http://www.DrummerAndTheGreatMountain.com. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: The information shared on this podcast is intended solely for the purpose of personal growth, and not as a replacement for professional psychological support. The views and opinions of the hosts and guests of our podcast a ...
 
Productivity, Parenting, and Education for Moms with Adult ADHD Are you overwhelmed by the never-ending to do list of motherhood? Are you burnt out and barely keeping your head above water? Are you confused and frustrated by how all the other moms make it look so easy? And somehow you're still floundering despite trying even harder... Your purse is as overflowing as your mind, you never feel like a good enough mom, and you don't dare have anyone over to visit to witness your messy home. You ...
 
You have questions about Adult ADHD? I work hard to provide answers. — Reliable answers honed over 20 years of primary research, writing, blogging, presenting, and leading support groups. — Preeminent ADHD experts including Russell Barkley, PhD, endorse my work. — These podcasts share readers' most popular posts from my award-winning ADHD Roller Coaster blog—the second and oldest website of any kind on Adult ADHD. — Founded in 2008. — My long-awaited online courses are available NOW — Thanks ...
 
Welcome to Proudly ADHD at Work and in Business with host Certified Executive Coach, Cathy Rashidian! If you’re a professional or entrepreneur and suspect you have Adult ADHD or have been recently diagnosed, this is the podcast for you. Each week, I bring you the latest in ADHD science, expert interviews, success stories, practical strategies, and much more. My goal is to help you understand how to work with your ADHD brain instead of struggling against it, so you can tame that inner fire an ...
 
Hosted by a Canadian-born Asian with ADHD | Sharing perspectives & experiences of having ADHD through storytelling, keeping it fun and light with a bit of humor | Bringing awareness & advocating for ADHD brains from ALL backgrounds and communities, because we know ADHD is not defined by skin color, ethnic background, or where we are on the globe. [ADHD Diversified is part of the ADHD reWired Podcast Network.]
 
Attention Different is a neurodiversity podcast dedicated to reframing ADHD. Hosts Aaron and Stephen shed light on living and even thriving with ADHD, offering new insights, strategies, and - how dare they - a bit of HUMOR, to leverage your ADHD for success. Our mission is to reclaim the label, not reinvent it, in order to understand our condition in more accurate and self-affirming ways. Labels can be stigmatizing, leading to shame, guilt, and despair. We believe that “Attention Deficit Hyp ...
 
This is an ADHD podcast but if you are looking for tips, strategies, or methods to become a better person, then I am afraid your search will not be ending here. In the ADHD community, there are plenty of people offering to help ADHD people be more productive. My wife and I are ADHD. We don't want to help you change. We want you to see you are not alone by allowing you access into our lives and into the lives of other ADHD people who are happy to be ADHD. We hope you will Join us as we put th ...
 
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Mama, 100 episodes!?! High fives all around! I hear this one a lot: How can we have more energy for the whole day? How can we do more, be more, get more done? You asked; I answered. We get frustrated that we can't go at the same speed all day long. We're irritated that our day is an energy roller coaster. But why do we think we need to go-go-go fro…
 
In this episode, we explore the topic of confidence: What is confidence? Where does it actually come from? How growing up with ADHD might affect us subconsciously in our adulthood [1:31] The different levels of confidence and how it manifests in our behavior. Fear, competition, challenge avoidance, and our ability to see opportunities [5:59] One si…
 
Earlier this year I sat down with Michael Liss to hear his inspiring story of late in life diagnosis of ADHD at 50. There is so much compassion and raw honestly in his story. I encourage you to listen to the entire episode as I am sure many of you will relate to what he shares and will be inspired by how he has moved beyond his ADHD diagnosis. Join…
 
In this episode, I talk with Jeff Copper - ADHD & Attention Coach, we bring the Coaches’ point of view on ADHD medication. At first, Jeff simply explains the scientific facts behind the chemical reactions of our bodies when taking ADHD medications and he clarifies the side effects as well. He stresses the importance of taking the right drug, the ri…
 
Should I tell my child he or she has ADHD? You asked; I answered. This question frequently plagues parents of children with ADHD. We worry about labeling our kids, how others will treat our ADHD kids, if the label makes life harder, if our child will not overcome it, and on the anxiety spiral spins. Here's what I do know as an adult who has ADHD, w…
 
It’s the end of the road ... for this season. And to celebrate we’re taking a walk down memory lane for the shows that made the most impact on us, the guests that gave of their time to our community, and of course: Shocktato. Links & Notes The Original Shocktato Incident. Let me just say this about that: I think my Shocktato is somehow damaged. The…
 
In this episode, I share a few effective tools to use when it comes to creating dynamic conversations. Often Professionals with ADHD have many struggles with communication, especially when it comes to waiting for their turn to speak, oversharing, speaking with intense emotions and so on. I wanted this episode to serve as a mini masterclass in teach…
 
Another one for the Weekend Wandering series since this is coming out on a Saturday. In this episode, I reflect on my experiences with living up to the potential others saw me growing up, versus the potential I saw for myself. The potential - or the dreams, hopes, goals, and aspirations we have - don't always align with the gifts and talents we alr…
 
How can we start to accept who we are and how our brain works? You asked; I answered. Here's another question I get often from other folks with ADHD. Keep in mind, I've known about my ADHD for 20 years, so granted, I've got some experience to draw from. It's taken me a while, and yes, I still get frustrated with myself. I'm a human, not robot. My A…
 
Friendships are already a challenge with ADHD. What happens when you're also living with social anxiety and rejection sensitivity? We pull apart a few important lessons on the show this week, not the least of which is the following: in all likelihood, people like you more than you think they do. Is that hard to hear? Then you need to listen to this…
 
In this episode, I cover the 6th discipline of Self-Mastery, Fearlessness. This topic is a mixed bag for me as there are times where my impulsivity became my best asset and pushed the fear down in order for me to do some big things. But other times fear did get in the way. In this episode, I share some of the ways we can move past fear and step int…
 
How can we, as moms with ADHD, take care of ourselves? Today I've got 8 new friends for you. Everyone is either a mama with ADHD or a professional who works with moms like us; many of them are both. These ladies are sharing with us what works for our amazing brains. We've been talking about self-care the last few months because self care got a bad …
 
In this episode I discuss ADHD and gender identity with Elaine Taylor-Klaus, mother of three, a professional certified coach, passionate advocate for families and the co-founder of ImpactParents. Elaine discusses how her work with families with children with complex needs led her to explore how gender plays a factor. One of her children, who had be…
 
Is it common to struggle to develop friendships with ADHD? Let's just say, if you're struggling yourself, you're in good company. Struggles to manage time for friendships, develop close, meaningful ties, are made all the more difficult thanks to the bouquet of ADHD factors. This week on the show we’re thrilled to welcome back the fantastic Melissa …
 
I'm calling this one part of my Weekend Wandering series. Not really a series, but basically just random rambles, reflections, and lightbulb moments I've had. In this episode, I reflect on sleep, underlying reasons behind my not-so-wise past decisions, and why those decisions weren't really for my benefit. - - - Coaching Groups with ADHD reWired st…
 
In this episode, I share the 5th discipline of self-mastery: Authenticity. My hope is that after you listen to this episode you walk away feeling empowered that your ADHD brain wiring is simply brain wiring, you are not less than, or broken, and that you don't have to keep up with anyone else. You are wired differently and that difference is not a …
 
You asked; I answered: How do I get my spouse to understand my ADHD? How do I help my partner understand our ADHD child? ADHD is a family affair! It doesn't only affect the person who has it. The entire family is hurt by this neurological disorder. That means that it can also be a huge point of contention in a family. But how can we get a neurotypi…
 
It's the first week of June and your kids are either home now or about to be home for the whole summer. That is 3 unstructured months of chaos ahead of you ... but it doesn't have to be! You asked; I answered: What does your summer schedule look like? With a few minutes of planning your create a flexible structure to fit any family during the summe…
 
This is one I've been putting off since the beginning. In this episode, we scratch the surface of the Model Minority Myth, and how it affects the diagnoses and treatment for those of us who are visibly Asian and manage our mental health, as well as the perceptions that others have of us about our mental health. - - - Coaching Groups with ADHD reWir…
 
ADHD coach Dusty Chipura shares her best tools and strategies for surviving ADHD and pregnancy, including her upcoming workbook! Following her seminar at ADHD Women's Palooza, Dusty talks about the how her pregnancy led her to think about what techniques can support ADHDers during pregnancy. She found external cues were a way of managing her ADHD s…
 
We met Sonal Singh as she was managing the virtual green room and serving as host for our session at last year’s CHADD International Conference on ADHD. Our paths had never crossed, but as we started chatting we realized just how fascinating her path had been. She is India’s first certified ADHD coach. We think this is fascinating. What would you d…
 
This episode talks about some of the unfortunate cultural norms that can hold us back from advocating for ourselves, how unconscious biases from folks who did not grow up in those communities can unintentionally skew the ways they view and interpret the mental health of others. and how that can become damaging to those who already feel they have no…
 
“When you own all parts of you life becomes much easier,” says Heather Ann Havenwood. I am delighted to share this inspiring, and candid conversation with you. My guest Heather Ann was diagnosed early in life, she shares her journey and strategies on how she leaned into her ADHD brain and has made it her best asset. Her energy is so contagious and …
 
We're continuing our discussion on mindfulness with Taucha Post. In our last episode, we discussed how mindfulness improves our ADHD symptoms, how mindfulness and ADHD are connected in the brain, along with shame, perfectionism, and setting ourselves up for success instead of letting the failure mindset take over. What is mindfulness and how do we …
 
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support Podcast – Kathleen Lockyer: The Science of Nature Connection. This podcast is an audio companion to the book “The Drummer and the Great Mountain – A Guidebook to Transforming Adult ADD / ADHD.” In this episode, we’re joined by occupational therapist Kathleen Lockyer. Kathleen has spent her career studying the effects…
 
Did you know focus requires focus? Yes, it sounds a touch nonsensical, but when you're living with ADHD, the act of focusing has a tendency to become unhinged. And unhinged focus can damage what you're otherwise out to find: productivity. This week on the show we're talking all about focus, the state of mind appropriate for best focus, and how you …
 
It's a rebroadcast! When I first made this episode, it really was my first one. I had some fun with it and experimented -- but if you're looking for that episode without all the sound effects and buzzers and giggles, give this one a listen. Thanks y'all. Please subscribe & share! - - - Do you want to rewrite your inner narrative get your ADHD reWir…
 
One of the best (and free) treatments for ADHD is mindfulness. But what is mindfulness and how do we get started practicing mindfulness? Taucha Post of ADHD Yoga is sharing with us all about our brains and how mindfulness creates new pathways for us to learn how to slow down our brains, and present in the moment. We'll also dive into how mindfulnes…
 
Writer Amber Shockley shares her long and winding road to ADHD treatment and the hormonal chaos and misdiagnoses along the way. Mentioned In This Episode https://www.ambershockley.com/ https://betterhelp.com/adhdadulting (aff) About The Adulting With ADHD Podcast It’s not just you – we aren't talking enough about ADHD and hormones. There are so man…
 
Looking for focus? Like music? Have trouble focusing WITH music? We might just be able to help you out this week. Focus@Will is a service offering focus music to help you tune in to what you’re doing so that you can get it done. Will Henshall is the musician and inventor behind the service and joins us today to talk about the tool, the technology, …
 
If you need to hear this, this one's for you... Because you are not alone. --- Do you want to rewrite your inner narrative get your ADHD reWired?? Visit https://coachingrewired.com to get your name added to the interest list to join the 25th season of ADHD reWired's Coaching and Accountability Groups! ADHD reWired's 25th season of Coaching and Acco…
 
Mindfulness feels like a really lofty goal for an ADHD brain ...almost unattainable. Yet mindfulness is an ADHD treatment that is recommended over and over again. I was not convinced. Until I met Taucha Post on instagram, @adhd.yoga. I had to know how an ADHD brain can be mindful! This week Taucha shares with us her diagnosis story, having been dia…
 
New episodes out every Wednesday or Thursday! (Maybe even Friday.) An open letter to the parents of ADHD and neurodiverse children... --- ADHD reWired's 25th season of Coaching and Accountability Groups start in July! Our first registration kick-off event is on Tuesday, May 18th at 1:30pm Central. Go to https://coachingrewired.com to get yourself o…
 
New episodes out every Wednesday or Thursday! (Maybe even Friday.) --- ADHD reWired's 25th season of Coaching and Accountability Groups start in July! Our first registration kick-off event is on Tuesday, May 18th at 1:30pm Central. Go to https://coachingrewired.com to get yourself on the summer interest list! Registration is by invitation only -- h…
 
What does it mean to have? We’re not just talking about material possessions here, but how do you relate to having anything? Food? Space? Time? Focus? Productivity? Living with ADHD, we often live in a position of lack, of not having enough, of not being able to do enough, of scarcity. But we don’t have to live that way, and this week’s guest is go…
 
In this episode, I am excited to welcome back Dr. Ned Hallowell back on the show, this time we are talking about his new book ADHD 2.0. We do a deep dive into a couple of key areas in his book: Why he likes to change the name from ADHD to VAST (Variable Attention Stimulus Trait), he explains why we do not have a deficit of attention. How if we mana…
 
Danny and Rob talk about irrational beliefs and how this affects our coping strategies. Submit your questions: 'butthethingis.com/dear-danny/'. ⠀ You can find Rob on Twitter @robmerki and do check out his ADHD book at 'adhdpro.xyz/'. ⠀ You can find Danny on Twitter and YouTube as '@ABCsofADHD'.
 
New episodes out every Wednesday or Thursday! This is for you, and you, and you, and you -- you are not flawed and you are not alone! --- ADHD reWired's 25th season of Coaching and Accountability Groups start in July! Our first registration kick-off event is coming soon, too! Go to https://coachingrewired.com to get yourself on the summer interest …
 
Just one? Really. Big changes come from baby steps. This is baby step 1 of planning your day. But HOW did I figure out how to plan my day in a way that works WITH my ADHD brain instead of against it? Step 1 is learning how to write events in our calendar. Our chaotic brains need ONE system. ONE plan. When we harness the power of the planner, it can…
 
Brittany Smith is an ADHD, Productivity, and Technology coach in Portland, Oregon. She has her MS in Cognitive Neuroscience and uses the latest tools and her love of technology to help her clients get more done, with less stress. This week, Brittany joins us to talk about technology and how it fuels productivity. We talk about battling the fear tha…
 
In this episode, I introduce the 3rd discipline of Self-Mastery "Conscious Choice" another key concept that we really need to pay attention to in order to get out of autopilot and into the driver's seat. I hope you are able to put some of the insights into practice and see a shift in your approach when it comes to decision-making.…
 
Time. Time Blindness. An ADHD Brain's black hole. Well, what do we do about that? How do we schedule our day if we don't even feel it passing by? Creating a peaceful day is possible when you have ADHD. What you need is instructions on how to organize yourself and make a plan that make sense to your brain. And luckily, I speak your ADHD brain's lang…
 
It's time to get into the weeds! Plan your day like a star with a few simple guides to keep in the back of your mind. Where do you start? First things first... don't skip! From there, it’s a piece of cake! This week on the show we’re reviewing the transition from weekly planning to daily planning; how do you take those big rocks and provide just en…
 
In this episode, I wanted to introduce you to Brian Fanzo, who shares his journey of a late in life diagnosis. I was so inspired by his passion for life, family, and most importantly self-compassion as he moves through ADHD in adulthood. Key points: Journey of ADHD diagnosis as an adult and his perspective and later how he is supporting his child’s…
 
Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy TM. Why create a special model for Adult ADHD-challenged couples? Why not just use standard couple therapy? Great questions. I’ll answer them in this podcast. Finally, I can also refer you to my online courses! With all sincerity, they are a game-changer. In addition to elevating lives, my goal is elevating the sta…
 
WELL... it's still technically part of the series, because if you're a squirrely squirmy person like me, it can be perceived - if we're not sitting still with eyes up and focused - that we're not paying attention and look like we don't care about what's happening in front of us. Sure, it could be the case, but not always. I'm the kind of person who…
 
What if I told you there is an ADHD treatment available that is completely free with no side effects? I know, sounds too good to be true. But when 2 friends asked me about tapping in the same week, I knew it was time to investigate. Our guest this week is Kate Moryoussef, of Coaching by Kate. Kate uses the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also ca…
 
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