ADHD: Shameless and Customized

Shameless

MamaRed wants to spare you the agony she’s gone through. You see she’s come out the other side with ADHD, shameless and customized.   Listen, as she shares her story, which like so many others, include diagnosis later in life.   And, while she may be on her A-game now, she struggled to get here. […]


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 […]


ADHD Info Gets Personal

ADHD Info

Have you ever wanted to be just like everyone else? Then got to thinking, “Who am I, anyway?” So, you start to figure it out by getting some ADHD info and slowly digesting what you need to know.   That is a part of Mark Wilson’s story but not nearly all of it.   If […]


Think About it, ADHD Isn’t a Label

ADHD not a label

ADHD Isn’t a Label I’ve talked about this before. To clarify, it isn’t a label, it’s a diagnosis. It means you have a naturally under aroused pre-frontal cortex. Our neurotransmitters are responsible for helping us to engage in activities, plan, organize, and follow through with things and is, therefore, affected. When you say it’s a […]


Shame, Me & ADHD

I wrote, The Shame of the Non-ADHD Child, for ADDitude magazine last month. Following is an excerpt. Please check it out in it’s entirety.   Growing up as a non-ADHD kid in a family with ADHD sounds like a challenge. It was, but not for the reasons you’d think. My dad had ADHD and bipolar disorder. Of […]