Non-ADHD Kid / ADHD Parent

A special thank you to Gina Pera, author and owner of ADHD Roller Coaster for allowing me to share my personal story on a perspective we don’t hear enough about in the world of ADHD. I …

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Childhood With ADHD

The Awesome Man Behind ADHDpeople.net, Chasing Kites & The Tom Nardone Show

Tune in to my conversation with Tom Nardone, ADHD blogger turned podcaster and author of Chasing Kites, available on ADHDpeople.net and tomnardone.net. Find out his thoughts on ADHD, what’s it’s like to write about his …

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No, You’re Not Alone…So, Know You’re Not Alone

Have you been feeling like your ADHD may be getting in the way of having real success in your life, in your relationships, or maybe your career? Some symptoms of ADHD can be problematic: inattention, lack of …

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ADHD Myths

I was asked to contribute an article to Defying Shadows as part of their campaign of awareness during May, Mental Health Awareness Month. Following is an excerpt: “It’s 2015, and our general understanding of ADHD can finally stand rooted in …

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Podcast

Checkout ‘See in ADHD talk radio’ / the Podcast

Please subscribe to the podcast, we have new episodes Monday through Friday! SUBSCRIBE See in ADHD talk radio (podcast)             I appreciate all 5-star reviews on iTunes Thank you, Jennie

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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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