ADHD Curiosity – It’s a Superpower

 From crochet to the Serial Podcast to wearing a jihab, hmm…husbands, ADHD… what didn’t we talk about? René Brooks-Guthridge began blogging about her interests…and they are many. Please check out her blog, Black Girl, Lost …

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Interview with Kenneth Allen Morris

Kenneth Allen Morris enjoys interviewing entrepreneurs of all types on his Dumb Teacher Podcast. We spoke about some of the myths surrounding ADHD and how I got into ADHD coaching. For more episodes of Dumb Teacher, you can …

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If You’re Wondering, “How Can I Help My Loved One with ADHD Stay on Track?” This May Help.

There are a lot of reasons that someone with ADHD may not be doing the things you think they should be doing or in the way you think they should be doing them. Now, if …

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NEURODIVERSITY

Neurodiversity is the concept of embracing the differences in the way each of our brains are wired. John Elder Robison, author of Look Me In The Eye: My Life With Asperger’s, wrote an article for …

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Everyone is Wired Differently

Eric Tivers is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in ADHD and Autism. On his podcast, ADHD reWired, I was able to share some of my journey about my family, ADHD, and how I got …

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ATTENTION

Individuals with ADHD do have a noticeably different way of attending than do people who haven’t the diagnosis. I guess, to some who do not understand ADHD, it may seem that the inattentive type, especially, …

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IDENTITY

How many times would you guess, in your lifetime, have you asked yourself, “Who am I?” How often have you been able to answer the question? And just what is your answer? There are so many …

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The DSM-5

The medical community relies on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) to diagnose all things mental. It is put out by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and is used as …

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FORWARD

Since finishing my degree in psychology and beginning a career in ADHD coaching, I’ve been looking back on my life with much more clarity. I now see the effects of the invisible conditions that haunted my family:  bipolar …

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