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ADHD Aha!

Understood.org, Laura Key

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Listen to people share candid stories about the moment it clicked that they have ADHD. Host Laura Key, who’s had her own ADHD “aha” moment, chats with guests about common topics like ADHD and shame, mental health challenges, and more. Through heartfelt interviews, listeners learn about the unexpected, emotional, and even funny ways ADHD symptoms surface for kids and adults.
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Your ADHD Besties

Grace Koelma & Tara Breuso

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⁣Your ADHD Besties is a podcast for people who are overstimulated, underwhelmed, tired, energetic and INCREDIBLY ATTRACTIVE ❤️‍🔥 all at the same time... Your hosts are dopamine-deficient-but-cute besties Grace Koelma (founder of Future ADHD) and Tara Breuso (The ADHD Dietitian). Join us for episodes every Thursday where we unmask, share what we’re obsessed with, and answer your juuuuicy ADHD dilemmas. 💅
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Overcoming Distractions is a book written by David A Greenwood on thriving with Adult ADHD. The Podcast is a show dedicated to telling the stories of those who have thrived with ADHD. From small business owners, inventors, entrepreneurs and many more, you will hear how they have used ADHD in their favor and tools to make ADHD work for you. There is no complaining here, just street smart advice on how to crush ADHD. Even if you don’t have ADHD, you’ll hear how these entrepreneurs and coaches ...
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We're Avery and Valerie and we have ADHD. Listen to new episodes every Wednesday and Friday to learn how we cope, how we live our lives, and a little bit more about ADHD. Available on all streaming platforms. Check out our Patreon to support us and get more exclusive content: patreon.com/AVHD Check out our blog posts on AVHDPodcast.com for further insight and research surrounding ADHD, and follow us on social media @AVHDPodcast to yap with us further. Disclaimer: We are not medical professio ...
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I have NEVER met an ADHD woman who wasn't truly brilliant at something! **This podcast with over 6.5 million downloads is for smart, high-ability ADD/ADHD (diagnosed or suspecting) women who see their symptoms as more positive than negative. If you want to fall in love with your ADHD brain and discover where your brilliance lies, this podcast is for you! **ADHD for Smart Ass Women is globally ranked in the top one-tenth of one percent of all podcasts in the world on any subject. It's streame ...
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Anything Goes with James English

Anything Goes with James English

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The Anything Goes Podcast Show is a place you'll find people talking about their real-life stories and experiences. Hosted by James English, guests include reformed gangsters, comedians, actors, footballers, porn stars, politicians and many more who all have a story to tell. Expect shocking stories about murder, crime, depression, addictions and suicide, with some laughs along the way with sagas of sex, love and comedy.
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Stories and expertise shared through interviews covering our core topics of families, wellbeing, careers, inclusion and workplace. WorkLife Central is a digital hub of expert-led content designed to support, inform and inspire professionals in their family life, work life and wellbeing. Delivered through Live Talks, instantly available On Demand Videos, and a Library of Articles and Podcasts, members of WorkLife Central have access to support, information and expertise provided by our hand-p ...
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ADHD Nerds

Jesse J. Anderson

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ADHD Nerds is the podcast for Adults with ADHD to learn more about their unique brain through the stories of others. Learn tips and strategies for managing or hacking your ADHD brain and have some fun along the way. ADHD Nerds is hosted by Jesse J. Anderson, an ADHD Creative with a passion for writing, teaching, and raising awareness about ADHD. In 2017, he was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 36, and has made it his mission to help others better understand what ADHD really is. This podcast ...
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The Smart ADHD Podcast is a podcast hosted by Ian Anderson Gray for smart creatives, entrepreneurs, and business owners who are navigating ADHD. It’s all about celebrating our unique brilliance, whether we’re intelligent, exceptionally talented, or both. I interview experts to uncover the real story of ADHD for smart creatives. We bust myths and discover effective strategies to improve our lives, unleash our creativity, and grow. Ian's not an ADHD expert, but he's eager to share his journey ...
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Here is a place where you will learn how to address your child's ADHD symptoms naturally so you can stop walking on eggshells & bring back peace & calm to your home. Hosted Dana Kay, board certified health & nutrition practitioner, author of the best selling book Thriving with ADHD, leading ADHD expert but most importantly a mom with a child with ADHD who gets it. As a mother of a child with ADHD, she knows firsthand the struggles that come with parenting a neurodiverse child & the freedom t ...
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Chats with people who deal with ASD and ADHD. I talk to those in the profession like therapist or even chats with mothers who have kids on the spectrum. Just honest chats with questions thrown in. Where two people can sit and share thoughts on the spectrum Come join us we I talk with people from all over the ASD and ADHD field. Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
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Welcome to An ADD Woman podcast with host Lacy Estelle, writer of all things about ADD parenting and an ADD mother on Mothering the Storm with Lacy Estelle at www.LacyEstelle.com. Here on An ADD Woman podcast, we're going to switch it up and talk about all things to do with ADD as an adult woman and how we deal with it. Now maybe you’re thinking, “Women don't really have ADD, do they?” Actually, we do. We've all just been doing such a great job of masking it for years! So, let's dive in and ...
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Mother Plus Podcast

Stacey Hutson & Stephanie Sprenger

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This is the podcast for "too much" moms who feel like they are failing at motherhood and don't want to fail anymore. Your hosts, Stacey Hutson and Stephanie Sprenger, two ADHD moms of four girls ages 4-18, most definitely don't have it all figured out. But we know one thing for sure: understanding our brains is the key to enjoying our motherhood, and our SELVES again. Here, we are brutally honest about our ADHD motherhoods (the missed Spirit Weeks, the mountains of laundry, the nostalgia for ...
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Men's ADHD Support Group

Marc Almodovar, John Hazelwood, and Shane Thrapp

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We are a nonprofit organization created to help men with ADHD find community and acceptance by raising awareness about Men's struggle with ADHD and mental health. We are here to provide access to experts, tools, and strategies so that men can learn how to thrive with ADHD. It's hosted by coach & speaker Marc Almodovar ( @wellnesswithmarc ), mental health advocate John Hazelwood ( @adhd_j0nj0n ), and Shane Thrapp, Life Coach and Business Consultant (Order_from_Ka0s), among other leaders of th ...
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Squirrel! And there goes another amazing idea you meant to write down in your notebook. You are not alone. Listen as authors Candace J. Thomas and Jodi L. Milner hash out some of the pitfalls that befall writers with busy lives, hectic schedules, ADHD brains, and a million creative threads.
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“Unleashing Superpowers: Exploring Neurodiversity with Theo Smith” is a captivating podcast where host Theo Smith dives into the world of neurodiversity. From ADHD to Autism to Dyslexia and beyond, gain insights into embracing the diversity of thought and eliminating obstacles (Kryptonite). Hear from real people from across the globe and their lived experiences in this empowering series. Join the conversation using hashtags #NeurodiversityAtWork #NeurodiversityWithTheoSmith. Embrace a new pe ...
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A Podcast of Mothers' stories of childbirth. Weekly interviews with mothers giving their first hand accounts of child birth in Australia. Designed to help educate and inform first time pregnant women, parents wanting to have better subsequent births and birth enthusiasts who love to hear and tell birth stories. An entertaining and heartfelt resource for pregnancy, labour and delivery and postpartum.
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people AND tech

Duena Blomstrom, Dave Ballantyne

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A podcast about neither tech nor people but both and how, if we want technology to move as fast as the consumers want it to then we must admit it's time we started to consistently do the Human Work. With a total of 50 years in tech between them, author, start-up founder, thought leader and influencer Duena Blomstrom and VP of Engineering for Evora Global, Dave Ballantyne, the hosts of this show come from the two opposite sides of the equation above and debate how we can best meet in the midd ...
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Jump into the Trauma! Join Emma and Hannah , two bi-besties as they talk about the trauma that shaped them, and shapes us. Relate as they go through the trials and tribulations of small town & small mind trauma. Listen to Doing our Best if you are also simply just doing your best.
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The PJ Pod

Pharmaceutical Journal

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Keeping you one step ahead of developments in pharmacy, medicines and the pharmaceutical sciences. Brought to you by the team behind The Pharmaceutical Journal.
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The Bar is Ankle High

Ankle High Productions, LLC

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Bring your cocktails, shake your mocktails, and throw back those meds, because we are ready to take the world by chaos with our unique perspectives on life, love, friendships, and our experiences as 30-somethings who weren’t diagnosed with ADHD until recently looking back on our lives with the value of hindsight bolstered with thorough research. Medicated or not, this podcast is for you! Garet & Katie will be here every week discussing things from ADHD and mental health to the history of Tar ...
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The My Lady ADHD Podcast is for ADHDers who want to feel connected - it’s a place to find belonging and understanding in a world that doesn’t always give that to us. Here you can learn about how your ADHD brain works and how to make it work FOR you in ways that you don’t even know are possible. My Lady ADHD is the community for ADHDers. Welcome.
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You have questions about Adult ADHD? I work hard to provide answers. — Reliable answers honed over 20 years of primary research, writing books, blogging, presenting at major conferences, and leading support groups. — Preeminent ADHD experts including Russell Barkley, PhD, endorse my work. — These podcasts share readers' most popular posts from my award-winning ADHD Roller Coaster blog—the second and oldest website of any kind on Adult ADHD. — Founded in 2008. — My long-awaited online courses ...
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This is my mental health podcast for teenagers and adults, providing expert advice and support for staying psychologically healthy. Please do share, download and recommend to others, as I want this information to get out there and do some good. Thank you for listening and please also follow me on Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok for more content.Take care,Dr Mark
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"We all have defining moments that shape our lives. One of mine was spening the night in jail after a DUI in 2011. I was at my lowest point - raw and broken. It felt like my life was over, but what I didn't know then was that actually just beginning." Join best-selling author Amy Liz Harrison as she chats about being a sober mom of 8, deconstruction of faith while in recovery, and other family adventures in travel. New episodes every week, so please subscribe to the show and join in Amy's jo ...
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Less canceling. More curiosity. Each episode explores the questions people think, but don't ask, due to cultural hypnosis or being taboo. The mission here is to inspire curiosity by exploring nuance & breaking free from the bubble of the algorithm. Each conversation is wildly different than the last, so bring your ADD & your earbuds & have a look around! You'll hear subjects like mental health, health & wellness, biohacking, adult friendship, finances, science & technology, true stories, cul ...
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Divergent Conversations

Megan Neff & Patrick Casale

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Dr. Megan Neff and Patrick Casale are two neurodivergent therapists in a neurotypical world. During this podcast, they’ll talk about their own personal experiences as Autistic-ADHDers. They will reflect on their lived experience as AuDHD mental health professionals, and entrepreneurs, as well as offer clinical guidance, and support. Episodes will be conversational in nature, and they’ll interview other ND Folx to amplify the voices of other neurodivergent advocates and individuals as they sh ...
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It's so easy to fall into comparisonitis as an entrepreneur… and in Karly's life long journey through entrepreneurship she has come to understand that, regardless of your level of success, fame or fortune, we all suffer from the same stories of fear, struggle and failure at times. The aim of this podcast is to eliminate the separation between ourselves and success. To know that it's possible and a reality for all of us. And to lower the guru guard and see what really lies underneath. Guests ...
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Inspiring, interesting, and funny news and stories about health and life are delivered to you by Health Coach Carolyn in this walking podcast. Your 30-minute movement venture will now be a a more social occasion! After 30 minutes, you will feel energized and renewed, having moved, learned, and laughed!
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Welcome to "The Touched Out Podcast," where your host, Carter, explores the journey of parenthood from expecting parent to veteran parent. Each episode features a new guest who shares their experiences, struggles, and victories as they navigate the ups and downs of parenting. The podcast is an open and judgement-free space where I have honest conversations about the challenges of being a parent. I believe that parenthood is a journey that never truly ends, and that mental health is a vital a ...
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Wondering what the story is behind the success? Here at the Safe Place Podcast we delve in to lived experience, the good the bad and the horrendous and how people are able to navigate their way through these experiences and maintain or grow their success.
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LGBTQ+ Stories: The Creative Process: Gender, Equality, Gay, Lesbian, Queer, Bisexual, Homosexual, Trans Creatives Talk LGBTQ Rights

Gender, Equality, Gay, Lesbian, Queer, Bisexual, Trans Creatives: Creative Process Original Series

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LGBTQ+ episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. Listen to Gay, Lesbian, Queer, Bisexual, Trans creatives tell their stories, discuss their lives, work & creative process. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with w ...
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How'd You Get THAT Job?!

Understood.org, Eleni Matheou

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From the Understood Podcast Network, How’d You Get THAT Job?! is a podcast that explores the unique (and often unexpected) career paths of people with learning and thinking differences, like ADHD, dyslexia, and more. Listen as host Eleni Matheou interviews people about finding a job they love​​, and a career that reflects who they are and how they learn. Understood is a nonprofit and social impact organization dedicated to shaping a world where the 1 in 5 people who learn and think different ...
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The Chronically Courageous, where chronic illness warriors come to feel empowered and uplifted. Listen each week to be inspired by others who have found happiness and peace, despite the physical and emotional tolls of chronic illness. Together, we navigate this complex journey and move forward with courage, passion, and purpose! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Sparkle Mind

Sabrina Nabila

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Sparkle Mind is a podcast channel owned by Sabrina Nabila. With hope as the expression platform of thoughts, ideas, narrations, experiences, and opinions. The podcast topics come from various things based on personal journals and all things about pop culture and art, whether movies, TV series, music, or any other medium. Sparkle Mind is available on six different platforms that can be accessed freely as well as Anchor.
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Jesse Anderson wishes he’d had an ADHD manual when he was first diagnosed as an adult, so he wrote one. Before he was diagnosed, he never considered having ADHD himself. After his wife encouraged him to look into it more, his trouble with remembering to do things, time management, and anger started to take a different shape in his mind. Today, Jess…
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Hellloooo gorgeous ADHD besties! On today's show: • Listener question: Tara and Grace share their ADHD late-diagnosis stories. They explain how they first learned about ADHD, why Tara got diagnosed twice almost a decade apart, stimulant meds and struggling with low self-esteem. • Dilemma: A cute listener shares that she regrets not taking her ADHD …
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Teachers once said, “She’ll never amount to anything academically,” but Arielle proved them wrong. This podcast episode celebrates the resilience and brilliance of women with ADHD, featuring Arielle Paul's remarkable journey. Her story is a powerful reminder that with the right support and strategies, such as neurofeedback and tailored education, t…
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How can we learn to flourish because of who we are, not in spite of it? What is the sensory experience of the world for people with autism and ADHD? How can music help heal trauma and foster identity? Mattia Maurée is an interdisciplinary composer whose work centers around themes of perception, body, sensation, trauma, and resilience. Their scores …
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Living with ADHD can present it's own unique challenges and difficulties. Sadly, it can create additional mental health problems for the person. As a psychologist, this is something that I regularly help my patients deal with. In this episode I speak with Tom McCormick, he is a young man that is living with ADHD. Tom has struggled with his mental h…
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Navigating the identification, assessment, and diagnosis of ADHD as an adult can be confusing and overwhelming. This mini-series on ADHD focuses on demystifying the diagnostic criteria and making the process clearer and more understandable. In this episode, Patrick Casale and Dr. Megan Anna Neff, two AuDHD mental health professionals, dive into ADH…
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ADHD, high functioning anxiety and perfectionist-based procrastination go together like peanut butter, jelly and banana. We’re former hard-working, top-of our class, good girls who masked our high functioning anxiety our whole lives, and then we became mothers, and the masks are falling apart. They are WORN OUT. And we just can’t keep them together…
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Hiii adorable ADHD brains In today's episode: • We share our most ADHD moment of the week (Grace is still stressing about hers!) • Divergent Dilemma #1 - a listener shares that she's embarrassed about her skin picking and feels she needs to hide her hands from her colleagues. We discuss why skin picking and nail biting is an ADHD 'stim', and is ver…
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Support the show via my Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AspergersStudio In this episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio, guest Ken Rabow, a seasoned mentor to young adults, shares his wealth of knowledge and experience in working with individuals on the autism spectrum. With a background in jazz drumming and percussion arranging, Ken draws from his …
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Managing time with an ADHD brain can be tough, but what if there were ways to make it easier? Join us as Alexis Haselberger shares her story of being diagnosed with ADHD in her 40s and how it changed her life for the better. She talked about practical strategies for coping with ADHD, tips for managing digital communication, and the benefits of usin…
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Tiny sessions with big results might be our "way in" to meditation and mindfulness. Indeed, a small practice of it can be life-changing. Let’s dip our toes in the water together, learning about minis, and then tackling a slightly longer practice in the form of a brief walking meditation session. Don't let the perfect (20 minute mediation on a mat a…
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Dave Portnoy, the founder of Barstool Sports, sits down with Jason Raznick and shares his unapologetic journey from a scrappy entrepreneur to a media mogul. His story isn't just about success; it's about resilience, innovation, and staying true to oneself. Don’t miss this compelling episode on YouTube! Hosts: Jason Raznick Support this podcast at —…
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We speak with neuroscientist Brooke Quinn, who is currently getting her Master's degree in sleep medicine from Oxford University, about sleep and the ADHD woman. Women with ADHD can be predisposed to not get good sleep, and inadequate sleep can lead to an increase of ADHD symptoms (even in neurotypical people), so the vicious cycle can be difficult…
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Send us a Text Message. Vicki Robin is considered the mother of the FIRE movement & has appeared on hundreds of shows, including Oprah & Good Morning America. She’s the co-author of the international best-seller, Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship With Money and Achieving Financial Independence. Here we explore the heart-side o…
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Bee came to her first pregnancy like most women do; with the understanding that birth is incredibly hard and painful - something to be endured. Understandably, she was terrified and not interested in hearing anyone’s birth story. Thankfully, she was accepted into MGP early on and had a beautiful, supportive midwife on her side. She also started lis…
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I highly encourage you to watch the past interview with Cathy that we referenced in the episode: https://youtu.be/DoPQVDE9c7k ✖️✖️✖️ Grab a copy of Ryan's book: https://amzn.to/45j7dl4 ✖️✖️✖️ BOOK DESCRIPTION: What would you do if you learned—from a podcast—that your dad (a pastor) was a serial sexual abuser? For Ryan George, this isn't a hypotheti…
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ADHD hyperactive traits are often misunderstood and the DSM-5’s portrayal of this type is heavily geared toward children and adolescents, which can make it harder to understand and address in adulthood. In an attempt to better understand the ways ADHD can present in daily life, this episode uses the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria as a framework for disc…
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Today we interview Jeremy Davis. Jeremy shares his journey of self-discovery and how he found his passion for storytelling through writing and directing. We discuss the importance of self-diagnosis and the validity of personal experiences. Jeremy also talks about the challenges of navigating ableism and toxic engagement in the disability advocacy s…
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If you’re based in the UK, have ADHD and are either employed or run your own business, there is help available. It’s called Access to Work. If you’re not in the UK, it’s still worth checking if there are grants available. 🔗 Read / Listen more: https://smartadhd.me/10 In this episode of The Smart ADHD Podcast, I’ll explore the UK government's Access…
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In today’s episode Ruby shares her journey with infant sleep. We all come to postpartum with a predisposed understanding of baby sleep which usually involves the mindset that it’s the parent’s ‘job’ to ‘teach’ the baby to sleep. But as you will hear in this episode, babies have a primal drive to sleep and their sleep needs are ultimately influenced…
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We're back with another episode of ADHD Would You Rather! Katie & Garet discuss various scenarios, such as cleaning out a closet vs. rebuilding a wardrobe, drinking coffee with missing elements vs. having perpetual coffee breath, waking up sweaty vs. waking up freezing cold, and being misunderstood vs. unable to explain oneself. They also touch on …
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Why don’t traditional ADHD treatments always work? Why does it sometimes feel like no matter what you try - be it medication, supplements, therapy, or various other strategies - that NOTHING actually works long term for your child with ADHD? If you’ve ever asked either of these questions, then this episode of the Soaring Child podcast is for you. M…
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Support the show via my Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AspergersStudio This is Alain Pelletier's story: Alain Pelletier's profound journey into the world of anti-bullying advocacy began with a powerful realization of the impact of bullying on individuals. As a seasoned public speaker addressing this critical issue, Alain's approach is shaped by a …
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Can creativity and chaos coexist to create brilliance? Let’s unlock the secrets to mastering storytelling and entrepreneurship with Kris Jones in this week’s episode of the ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Kris Jones is a pioneer in storytelling and entrepreneurship. She founded Red Door Stories in 2003 after overcoming significant challenges, including a…
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Got pain? Sleep issues? Menopausal symptoms? Ancient wisdom has made its way into many mainstream health and well-being practices. We’ll talk about one such practice – acupuncture – and will learn about what it is, and the range of health issues it’s been used to address. Join me and our expert guide, Michelle Oravitz, to dig into Acupuncture 101! …
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Join Wendy Kopp, CEO and Co-Founder of Teach for All, as she shares her inspiring journey and vision for global education reform. In this episode, Wendy discusses: The Birth of Teach for All: From a compelling idea at Princeton to a global network transforming education in 62 countries. The Battle for Equity: Mobilizing leaders to address systemic …
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In this episode, we sit down with Suki Jones, a San Francisco Bay Area-based writer, mother, and long-term recovery advocate. Suki shares her harrowing journey through addiction and trauma, detailing her path to sobriety and the impact of harm reduction programs. From her tumultuous childhood to raising two children as a single mother while battlin…
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What happens when you hit rock bottom but decide to rebuild your life with authenticity and strength? Join us as we sit down with Nicole, the resilient host of the "Your Say Podcast," who opens up about her incredible journey from corporate stress to artistic fulfillment and mental health advocacy. Nicole shares her pivotal moment of coming out as …
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Have you ever wondered how a personal struggle can spark a movement for change? Join us as we sit down with Sean, the founder of the Shaka Project, who took his own experiences with mental health and turned them into a mission to support men everywhere. From his journey as a gym owner in Ballarat and Bendigo to establishing a charity that uses conv…
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Sam shares his experience writing his comedy special -- "Neurospicy: Love, Life, and Comedy on the Spectrum" -- as being both "confronting" as he revisited challenging moments in his life, but also "healing" as he was able to reframe those experiences through the filter of Asperger's. Sam describes growing up without a diagnosis as being "confusing…
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Do you struggle with your relationship with alcohol? Has it caused difficulty for you and other people? Has it been suggested to you that it might be a good idea for you to live a sober life? In this episode I speak with Scott Pearson. When Scott was a teenager, his relationship with alcohol was already causing problems in his life. From then and i…
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When William Curb learned he had ADHD (and wasn’t just lazy), he felt empowered to build coping skills. Now, he hosts the Hacking Your ADHD podcast where he talks about ADHD supports, workarounds, and more. In this bonus episode, host Laura Key and William talk about ADHD and emotions and his favorite ADHD hacks. Related resources William’s podcast…
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Look at all those writers out there and how they just crank book after book after book. They must have a bang-out process to help them do that. So what do you do if your muse decides to sleep in or even worse, not even show up to your planned meeting scheduled in this process? Good question. This is what we explore in this episode. What happens whe…
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Send us a Text Message. Dr. John Abramson was a family physician for 20 years who left his practice in 2002 to devote himself to researching the commercial takeover of medical knowledge. He has since served as an expert in medical litigation, served as a consultant to the FBI & US Dept of Justice & authored two books – Overdosed America & Sickening…
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Sea shared her first three physiological births in episode 304 and today she returns to tell us all about her fourth pregnancy and birth. Little Leia was a big surprise but Sea took it in her stride - as most mums of four do - and managed to get in the MGP program at Cairns Hospital which gave her access to the spacious rooms in the birthing suite.…
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On June 2nd, 2023, the documentary series "Shiny Happy People" premiered on Amazon Prime. While the series' tagline promised to expose some Duggar family secrets, it ended up revealing much more, particularly the work and philosophy of Bill Gothard, the creator of the Institute in Basic Life Principles and the Advanced Training Institute. Gothard's…
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In the second half of our conversation with Dr. Li, she discusses the impact of clutter on our environment and on our mental health. One of the benefits of overcoming procrastination is living without constant stress. Dr. Li emphasizes the importance of not beating ourselves up and being overly critical during the process and to be okay with being …
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ADHD has many nuances and is often misunderstood and stereotyped. In an attempt to better understand the ways ADHD can present in daily life, this episode uses the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria as a framework for discussion—this is not an endorsement of the DSM-5. In this episode, Patrick Casale and Dr. Megan Anna Neff, two AuDHD mental health professi…
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Have you ever wondered how successful entrepreneurs navigate ADHD to unleash their creativity? What are the best strategies to manage ADHD while running a business? How can you turn ADHD into a strength in your personal and professional life? 🔗 Read / Listen more: https://smartadhd.me/9 In this episode of The Smart ADHD Podcast, I explore the compl…
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Hiii besties! ✨ On today's show: • Divergent dilemma #1 - Lilian asks if she should find a new hairstylist because she's got ADHD-related RSD (rejection sensitive dysphoria). Dw, we've got you covered bby! • Divergent dilemm #2 - A newly-diagnosed ADHDer is asking about hyperactivity, stimming and rumination. BABEEE you're asking the right girls! W…
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