As Singles Struggle With ADHD

As Singles Struggle With ADHD

THROWBACK THURSDAY Jeremy Michael, a single, sexy firefighter, talks about how singles struggle and the support group he’s created for them (and himself) on Facebook, ADHD Singles.   THIS IS NOT A DATING SITE!   He’s looking for others to share the trials and tribulations of dating with ADHD.     Jeremy is doing his best […]


Credit Goes to ADHD

The Credit Goes to ADHD

Listen in, as Dan Galloway, and I, co-create my first backwards-style interview! Okay, so I introduce him at the end of the show, perhaps the credit goes to ADHD!   Dan wants folks to understand that ADHD “isn’t all bad.” He’s a professional speaker who usually talks about topics like perseverance and career transitions, but […]


IEP for ADHD: It’s Never Too Late

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While schools have been in session for a while now, if you are just now thinking about an IEP for ADHD, that’s okay; it’s never too late to either put one in place or tweak one for enhanced support.   Agnes Green joins me today to talk about Individualized Educational Plans (IEP’s).   As a […]


Don’t Tell Someone With ADHD What to Do

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FLASHBACK FRIDAY Are you curious why telling someone with ADHD what to do, doesn’t work?   Meet the compassionate genius behind the website and podcast Generosity Philosophy and creator of George the Generous Giraffe.   Kim Trumbo shares with us her interests, frustrations, and other “works in progress”.   She also gives us a peek […]


ADHD Emotional Regulation with The ADD Couple

ADHD Emotional Regulation

Listen, as The ADD Couple get into the topic of ADHD emotional regulation.   Brett Thornhill and I discuss Dr William Dodson’s Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria in detail. After all, wouldn’t we all like to understand the emotional realm of ADHD better?   I’m sharing our episode here so you can hear for yourself how much info […]


A Man of Distraction – ADHD Superhero with Pen in Hand

ADHD Superhero

Listen, as Kelly Babcock shares his story of ADHD diagnosis and how he came to be known as A Man of Distraction, an awesome ADHD Superhero name, don’t you think?   As a singer songwriter, writer of music and poetry, Kelly shares his creative talents with the world.   He also has two columns with […]


ADHD Strategies Can Make Life Better

ADHD Strategies

“ADHD strategies can make life better,” says Doug Puryear, author of Your Life Can Be Better Using Strategies for Adult ADD/ADHD.   Doug is a psychiatrist who diagnosed himself with ADHD at age 64.   He’s also a loving husband, father, and grandfather who loves to write. Be sure and check out his blog, ADDadultstrategies […]


Need an ADHD Debt Management Plan?

ADHD Debt Management

Do you need an ADHD debt management plan? A lot of folks do.   Darla Dixon has been kind enough to come on today and share her family’s experience with debt management.   She is a portrait artist, so please do check out her work at darladixon.com.   her story, unlike many others, has a […]


Being True to Yourself is Key With ADHD

Being True to Yourself Is Key With ADHD

Being true to yourself is key with ADHD; yet, it can seem tricky when being yourself means being various things at various times.   Today, we’re catching up with Brookley Wofford. Listen to her on episode 3, from months ago. I’ve been curious how she’s doing since then and as it turns out, she has […]


ADHD Ten Minute Tip: ADHD Emotions Question

ADHD Emotions Question

Today’s ADHD emotions question: “Why is it so hard for people with ADHD to control their emotions?” asks Steve, a loyal listener.   Enjoy another 10 Minute Tip with me, Jennie Friedman, ACG. I’m an ADHD Coach and host of See in ADHD talk radio.   Steve shares his experience of being overwhelmed, flooded with emotion, at […]