The Darker Side of ADHD with A Man of Distraction

Darker Side

Kelly Babcock, Psych Central’s Man of Distraction, shares the darker side of ADHD including the need for instant gratification and poor decision making.   He explains that before he was diagnosed in his 50’s, he always thought he was more a victim of circumstance figuring that sooner or later his luck had to change.   […]


5 Action Steps to Help Your ADHD Child

Your ADHD Child

Sometimes you may not be exactly sure how to best help your ADHD child with their schooling. Seth Perler gives us 5 specific action steps to take.   Seth is an Executive Function Coach based in Santa Monica, CA who specializes in helping struggling students navigate a baffling educational landscape.   He sees ADHD as […]


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 […]


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 […]


Finding Open Road For Your ADHD Race Car Brain

ADHD Race Car Brain

Today, my guest and I discuss how finding open road for your ADHD race car brain is key to success. Geoff Pilkington is a Hollywood actor and previous guest. Check out his thoughts on ADHD. Tapping into his innate creativity, he contributes to Medium (see link below). In fact, he is quite a gifted writer…check […]


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.   […]


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 […]


My Stark Reality: A Story of Self-Discovery

My Stark Reality: A Story of Self-Discovery

Meet Erin Stark. In this episode, she shares with us her story of self-discovery. You see, today, her reality is quite good, but it wasn’t always this way. When I met her, she was in quite a different and darker place.   But, she began to learn about mental health including ADHD, trauma, and attachment […]


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 […]