More About ADHD Emotional Overwhelm and Anxiety

ADHD Emotional Overwhelm

Join in the continued discussion about ADHD emotional overwhelm and anxiety with James Ochoa, author of the book, Focused Forward.   This encore episode revisits the conversation we started last Friday.   So, whether you are trying to manage getting through your day or off discovering shiny new things, understanding the overwhelm and anxiety can help. […]


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 […]


See in ADHD Celebrates!

200th Episode Finale

See in ADHD celebrates the New Year with 200 episodes! Listen, as Jennie Friedman rings in the new year with old friends sharing ADHD strategies.   Happy New Year and thank you for listening to the See in ADHD podcast. I’m Jennie Friedman and I invite you to join me in celebrating my 200th episode! […]


Body Doubling Helps with ADHD Procrastination

Body Doubling

Body doubling helps with ADHD procrastination. Just listen how on the The ADD Couple podcast with Brett Thornhill and myself.   It’s a tried and true technique we each use in coaching.   I’m sharing episode 45 today so you can hear for yourself how much info we cover We air new episodes twice a […]


Procrastination in ADHD, It’s Not Your Fault

Procrastination

Today, I’m sharing an article I wrote about procrastination because being a symptom of ADHD means it’s not your fault.   I also share 2 tips, so be sure and listen to episode 172 on iTunes.   Everyone struggles with putting things off every once in a while, but what activates our brains into action is directly […]


Eating Healthy When You Have ADHD

Eating Healthy

ENCORE EPISODE I coach a lot of people around their health. How to set up exercise routines is one thing but eating healthy when you have ADHD is another, with its own unique challenges.   In this episode, Lisa Feinberg, a Registered Nurse and ADHD Coach, shares with me some of her tips and tricks. […]


ADHD Distraction Versus Derailment with The ADD Couple

Distraction versus Derailment

What is the difference between ADHD distraction versus derailment? Upon first blush, they may seem like the same thing.   Listen, as my partner in crime, Brett Thornhill, and I talk it out on The ADD Couple podcast. Check us out on iTunes!   He joins me in discussing everything through the ADHD lens on that show. […]


See in ADHD’s Epic 100th Episode

Epic 100th Episode

Thank you for listening to the See in ADHD podcast. I’m Jennie Friedman and I invite you to join me in celebrating my epic 100th episode!   I wanted this episode to be for you…the people who listen to it, because it’s you, who makes the show possible.   You see, it’s not just the […]


How Productive Avoidance Works

Productive Avoidance

How productive avoidance works is by considering how to make use of down time. It’s all a judgement call on your part; what should be done versus what will get done.   My partner in crime, Brett Thornhill, is my cohost on The ADD Couple. Check us out on iTunes!   He joins me in discussing […]


How You Manage the ADHD Ability Gap

The ADHD Ability Gap

Here to explain the ADHD ability gap is Andrew Akre. Diagnosed in grade school, his experience offers him a unique view, which he uses to help his ADHD clients. As an ADHD Coach, he knows the difference between the pitfalls that come from unmanaged ADHD verses the successful outcomes that are possible through treatment.   […]