Internal Dialogue

Shake Hands With Internal Dialogue

I have to admit … there are times when racing thoughts and internal dialogue have been so loud that they could have been voices in my head. Over the weekend I watched “The Devil’s Candy” …

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First Realization

Something’s Wrong

First Realization I wonder sometimes, when was my first realization there’s something wrong with me? Could it have been when I was 6 or 7 and my parents brought me to that weird doctor’s office …

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ADHD Mom Managing ADHD Child

ADHD Mom Managing an ADHD Child

Managing An ADHD Child When I took my son to a clinical psyche to finally get a diagnosis, after many failed attempts at answers through natural therapies, the psyche took one look at me and …

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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 …

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Shameful Secret

The Shameful Secret of A Slob

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 …

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ADHD Superhero

A Man of Distraction – ADHD Superhero with Pen in Hand

Listen, as Kelly Babcock shares his story of ADHD diagnosis and how he came to be known as A Man of Distraction, an awesome ADHD Superhero name, don’t you think?   As a singer songwriter, …

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ADHD Strategies

ADHD Strategies Can Make Life Better

“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.   …

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ADHD Blogger

Q&A with Podcaster and ADHD Blogger, Tom Nardone

ADHD blogger and podcaster, Tom Nardone, with his wife, Yvonne, are some of my favorite people. Checkout their podcast, The Tom Nardone Show.   I’ve had Tom and his wife on before, see episode 90. …

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Teaching With ADHD in Mind

Teaching With ADHD in Mind, Artist + Teacher

Who is better at teaching folks with ADHD than someone who has it herself?   Aerie North began by teaching children but now successfully teaches art online to both, kids and adults. And, she’s teaching with ADHD …

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ADHD is Different For Women

ADHD is Different For Women

Sarah Castañeda is a journalist turned online marketer/blogger. But it wasn’t until her diagnosis, in 2013, when her writing and passion became one. Now she writes to inform and create awareness of ADHD, more specifically, how ADHD …

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