ADHD Emotional Stress and How to Handle It

Emotional Stress

Living with ADHD emotional stress can take its toll. Fortunately, James Ochoa, author of Focused Forward, joins us to share strategies on how to handle it.   After identifying the Emotional Distress Syndrome associated with ADHD, James Ochoa created a resource that helps.   His is book, Focused Forward: Navigating the Storms of Adult ADHD, helps you […]

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. […]

ADHD: A Diagnosis of Being Easily Bored

Easily Bored

ADHD may best be understood as a diagnosis of being easily bored. Today, Dr. Dale Archer shares with us The ADHD Advantage and other things that interest him.   The ADHD Advantage is one of his books that I wanted to talk to him about.   His mindset has served him well as he’s focused […]

The ADHD Nerd Gives Away 29 Tips

The ADHD Nerd joins me today to discuss his 29 ADHD Ways to Prepare (and Survive) the Holidays.   Meet Ryan McRae, The ADHD Nerd.   He’s the creator of The ADHD NERD, a blog dedicated to helping people be more productive, successful and happy especially if they have ADHD. He is the author of […]

The Shameful Secret of A Slob

Shameful Secret

What could be the shameful secret of a slob?   Ask my guest today, Dana K White, creator of the successful blog, A Slob Comes Clean | Reality Based Cleaning & Organizing.   She’s also author of a new book, How to Manage Your Home Without Loosing Your Mind,   As a result of using a pen name during […]

ADHD Strategies Can Make Life Better

ADHD Strategies

“ADHD strategies can make life better,” says Doug Puryear, author of Your Life Can Be Better Using Strategies for Adult ADD/ADHD.   Doug is a psychiatrist who diagnosed himself with ADHD at age 64.   He’s also a loving husband, father, and grandfather who loves to write. Be sure and check out his blog, ADDadultstrategies […]

Speaking About ADHD From Experience


My guest today is speaking about ADHD from experience. He and I had so much fun during our initial visit, we decided to just use it as the show! We talked about so many things, I don’t want to ruin it for you.   Listen in, as he and I create my first backwards-style interview, […]

Tapped Into ADHD, Dyslexia & Sleep

ADHD, Dyslexia & Sleep

Listen in, as Jacqueline Sinfield, of Untapped Brilliance, shares her adventures which led her to becoming an ADHD Coach and what she’s discovered about managing ADHD, dyslexia and sleep along the way. She is so brilliant I know you’ll get something to think about out of our discussion.   2016 is shaping up to be […]

Ride the ADHD Coaster Without Getting Whiplash

Ride the ADHD Coaster

If you’ve experienced some struggles in your relationships due to ADHD symptoms, you aren’t alone. Gina Pera has become somewhat of an Accidental ADHD Expert, after years of research and investigation into how to help her husband with ADHD and their marriage.   She discovered how to ride the ADHD coaster without getting whiplash and […]

4 Facts About The Emotional Distress Syndrome In ADHD

The Emotional Distress Syndrome

After identifying the Emotional Distress Syndrome (EDS) associated with ADHD, James Ochoa introduces a resource that helps. Finally, with his book, Focused Forward: Navigating the Storms of Adult ADHD, you can navigate the storms of your emotional realm. As he explains, “Navigating is very different from managing…navigators explore the world!”   So, whether you are trying to manage […]