Ranting About ADHD Ignorance When No One Is Listening

ADHD Ignorance

Ranting about ADHD ignorance when no one is listening is exactly what Andrea Bell does to blow off steam when dealing with her local school system.   Unfortunately, they are ill-informed about the condition and how best to help her child.   Listen, as she shares how her children are the ones who urged her […]


What To Do In Life: ADHD Careers

ADHD Careers

Listen, as my guest shares his wisdom, encouraging you to explore your options. Finding ADHD careers that are your perfect fit may not be as hard as you think.   David Mulford knows what it’s like to work random jobs.   He also knows what it’s like to follow your interests and find success.   David’s […]


Motivation: Understanding Tarp Time and ADHD

Listen, today as Tim Tarpley, from Trident Sports Forth Worth, talks about how he helps with motivation and what works for him.   Long time listener, turned guest, Tim joins us from Texas!   His journey into understanding his own ADHD may hit home for many of you.   Especially, when he describes his feeling like a fake […]


The Joy of Helping Others Who Also Live With ADHD Everyday

ADHD Everyday

Dr. Joy Prescesky shares with us the joy of helping others who also live with ADHD everyday, just like her.   She left a successful career as a vet to stay at home with her kids, affording her the opportunity to go back to school and become an ADHD coach.   You see, one of the benefits of her job is […]


How Wonderful is Living Life Aware in ADD Land?

Shameful Secret

Guess how wonderful it is living life aware in ADD Land? Don’t believe me?   Meet ADHD expert, Justine Ruotolo, on the show today! She’s 23 years in as an ADHD Coach and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.   She’s also the host of her own podcast, The Miss ADD Show, available on iTunes, Stitcher, and BlogTalkRadio.   […]


ADHD Misunderstood: Scott Latty’s Big Idea

ADHD Misunderstood

Scott Latty knows that ADHD is misunderstood. He’s out to change that. As he and I discuss, sometimes you do have to help yourself first in order to help others, but sometimes in helping others, you end up helping yourself.   In this episode, Scott shares details that are all too familiar for folks with […]


ADHA, The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Advantage

ADHA, The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Advantage

First of all, watch this remarkable video on YouTube ADHA, The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Advantage.   Corey Tyrone McKinney joins me today to discuss his spoken word piece on YouTube.   Especially relevant is this line of his that sums up his attitude best:   “Stop looking at it as a disorder and look at […]


The Game-changer: Sports and ADHD

The Game-changer: Sports

The game-changer: sports. My guest today: Tom Morgan. Listen in, as he shares insights on life with ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome, and Tourette Syndrome.   Tom begins with stories of his childhood, recounting how his family and school life was pretty rough. Due to the fact that no one understood him, they labeled him a naughty […]


How Acceptance of Your ADHD is Connected to Your Self-Esteem

ADHD Acceptance Connection

She had tried listening to ADHD podcasts but all she heard was what was wrong with her. What she couldn’t do. What she wasn’t doing. What all she was doing was wrong and then that name again…with words like deficit and disorder. Her self image was already pretty negative and she felt that what all […]