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Moira Maybin is opening up about life with late-diagnosed ADHD, a mom of children with ADHD, and her knowledge gained as an educator and advocate for people with ADHD. Life was completely overwhelming until learned she had ADHD, she kept trying harder, with increasing problems in her self-care, physical and mental health. She’s re-shaped her life completely for a better fit, based on current research—and necessity, after falling off a cliff in 2018. On the ADHD Friendly Lifestyle, you can ex ...
 
The podcast for adults with ADHD. Hear stories, learn strategies, and get great productivity tips as we talk about the real-life struggles and what it takes to achieve success. Host, Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, coach and entrepreneur (with ADHD) in private practice. Eric interviews a variety of guests. Many are people just like yourself, as well professionals, entrepreneurs, and ADHD experts.
 
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In this episode, Mary Kima Dolson, a clinical social worker, joins the podcast! As a clinical social worker, Mary has been providing psychotherapy in incarcerated populations since 2019. She is the founder of the pandemic support group Stuff We Can’t Say Out Loud and the executive director for Fund That Bitch, a non-profit group dedicated to helpin…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for our monthly Live Q&A! In this episode, you’ll hear from the ADHD reWired podcast team and ADHD reWired coaches talk about coaching, how to set yourself up for success when engaging with a coaching program, and what can help people grow. Then, you’ll hear the panelists talk about why m…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Kimberly McColl, a recovering academic living in Nashville, which is where she was diagnosed with ADHD in February 2021. Kimberly was also diagnosed with bipolar II in 2008. Her recent diagnosis has caused her to rethink the narrative she has told herself her entire life. Currently, she is learning more about ADHD…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Adam Coutts. Adam has taught meditation for 20 years through his weekly sitting groups, 25-hour classes, corporate webinars, and one-on-one coaching. He has been meditating daily for 30 years and has lived in monasteries in America and Asia. Adam has also been exploring his own ADHD for the past 10 years and has b…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by David DeWitt, a registered investment advisor and podcaster who helps adults with ADHD take back control of their money! He’s been a registered investment advisor for six years, but it wasn’t until his ADHD “awakening” early in 2021 that he realized he wanted to work with others with ADHD. David knows from experie…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for our monthly Live Q&A! In this episode, you’ll hear how the members on the ADHD reWired team manage and engage with social media. You’ll also hear about some tools and systems to create a library of responses, and help a listener hone in on what they are passionate about. Then, the ADH…
 
In today’s episode, Eric is joined by Jonathan Hassall and Madeline O’Reilly. Jonathan is an ADHD and executive function coach and director of Connect ADHD Coaching, providing services internationally from Brisbane, Australia. His background includes psychiatric services and is a scientific advisor for ADHD in the pharmaceutical industry. Jonathan …
 
In today’s episode, Eric is joined by Laura Roehrick. Currently at age 69, Laura was diagnosed with ADHD at 40, has been a registered nurse for 48 years, and has found her brain wiring to be both a blessing and a curse. Laura is also a pioneer of preventative diabetic foot care nursing, having created a method of nail sculpture that can be both lim…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by ADHD reWired Coaching Group Alumni, Gail Polivy. She was a coaching group member in spring of 2020 and became a peer mentor for the groups for the 2022 spring season. Gail self-identifies as an “old-gay-guard” and was thrilled to join Eric on the podcast during Pride month. Gail shares her experiences when she cam…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for our monthly Live Q&A! In this episode, you’ll hear how the members on the ADHD reWired team thrive with their ADHD, some tools and strategies on how they tackle their most unpleasant tasks, ADHD and gifted programs, and more! Some of the Questions & Topics in this Episode: I’ve read a…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Bex who is a non-binary all-around queer, chemist, and artist! Bex was diagnosed with ADHD in April of 2021 at the age of 24 and has been on their journey of acceptance and expression of both their queer and ADHD identifies. You’ll hear a great conversation between both Bex and Eric as they reflect on their own pe…
 
In this episode, we’re meeting Jason Boughn, a life coach specializing in tools to address ADHD. He also welcomes neurodiversity of all types and neurotypical people! Jason has a comfortable way of evoking a person’s story, getting to the heart of the matter most relevant to the storyteller. The stories we tell ourselves and the ones created to fit…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Lorin Devine, who grew up in the cornfields of rural Illinois and has been driven to create, explore, and forge her own way. In adulthood, she struggled to find footing in a world where she felt like she never quite fit. In 2014, Lorin entered the world of tattooing. Then, after 4 years in a busy walk-in studio, s…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by ADHD reWired Coaching Group Alumni member, Brian Entler! Brian has been a peer mentor of ADHD reWired’s coaching program and has been working to redesign his life to be ADHD-compatible. Brian will be riding the , a 545-mile ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money for LGBTQ health care. An avid cyclis…
 
Moira has an impromptu end of season 1 message for you. Not getting to a softball game on time, so many thoughts, feelings, and unrealistic expectations, and how that connects to ADHD, time management, and podcasting, are all fair game today. Moira needed to take a moment, take stock, have a reality check, get honest, be compassionate, and come up …
 
Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for our monthly Live Q&A! In this episode, you’ll hear about the importance of community, picking an entrepreneurial path, accountability, parenting, and dealing with shame. Listen all the way through to meet the newest addition to the ADHD reWired team - Coach Kristin Marts! Some Questio…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Jonathan Orenberg from the San Francisco Bay area. As the founder of Care Life Services, Jonathan is no stranger to the healthcare field. After graduating from Baldwin Wallace University: , he decided to follow in the footsteps of his father - an emergency room physician and medical director - and his mother, a re…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by , the director of in Fort Collins, Colorado, specializing in the assessment and treatment of ADHD. He completed his doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Wyoming, pre-residency at Duke University Medical Center and post-doctoral fellowship at Seattle's Children's Hospital. In addition to providing …
 
To experience less wear and tear in our lives, creating an insider’s guide helps to manage our limited resources—time, energy, and capacity to have them for what we value. With ADHD it's also easy to forget hard-won insight and knowledge, a personalized insiders' guide captures that. Moira shares breaking down what needs to be done, and having what…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Catherine Lee, the director of Lethbridge Piper & Associates, an Australian occupational health and safety management consultancy. For 30 years, Catherine has advised employers, CEOs, boards, executives, and leadership teams on strategic health and safety management. She holds post-graduate degrees in occupational…
 
ADHD Friendly Lifestyle and Moira unexpectedly found themselves at a turning point that delayed the last episode of season 1 by a week. Moira shares 3 things she learned you wanted to know from her. Sign up to Patreon to get exclusive content, early access to episodes, monthly group coaching calls, and more: www.patreon.com/adhdfriendlylifestyle…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for the monthly Live Q&A, and be sure to listen all the way through to hear a very special guest join us on this episode! Questions & Topics in this Episode: How do I keep my time-blindness from derailing my teaching of a 90-minute class that has a very tightly-structured curriculum? What…
 
Getting started, continuing, and finishing are more complex with ADHD. Time and energy are limited supplies too. Trying harder or giving up aren't the only solutions. Slowing down to speed up has short- and long-term benefits. Continuing her progress with one particularly hard task, Moira discusses reducing effort and stress levels by creating ADHD…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by New York’s Alex Gilbert who is a Mets fan, yogi, and brunch enthusiast. Alex also has dyslexia and ADHD, being diagnosed at 8 years old.. After spending a career working in leadership development, she decided to start a consulting and coaching business that helps adults with learning disabilities and ADHD (just li…
 
Expect delays. Time blindness, resistance, procrastination, perfectionism, and indecision are hurdles that can cause slowdowns, stumbles, or create roadblocks. It’s even harder when we don’t see them. Tired of stumbling between hurdles and roadblocks Moira shares how she’s easing the discomfort just enough to make it easier to lower or clear the hu…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Ryan Mayer who you might have seen on TikTok! Ryan is a performance and mindset coach on a mission to help others navigate through the storms caused by ADHD. He calls on first-hand experience to help his clients who, like him, are falling short at work and at home. He helps others to believe in themselves again th…
 
Eric is joined by Aran Rees, joining the show from across the pond! Aran has worked in professional development for close to a decade, specializing in self-directed peer-supported experiential learning and believes that learning is a survival skill! You'll hear about the ways that the "why" behind the "what" we want to learn can affect the ways we …
 
Moira’s talking about ways to see and measure growth when it’s hard to notice or even recognize. With ADHD one thing we can consistently count on is inconsistency. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Two steps forward and one step back is still forward. It does take us in the direction we want to go. Moira once again lets us into her life sharing …
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Sherri, a CEO/executive coach and facilitator who was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 40. Her mission: Equip ADHD leaders to confidently lead by example making every workplace friendlier for all brains. She has led leadership teams, developed programs for diverse organizations around the world. Before turning en…
 
If ADHD is more about losing interest and motivation than it is about attention and concentration what does that mean for living with ADHD? Everyone uses dopamine for motivation, experiencing pleasures and rewards, but it works differently in ADHD brains. Understanding our dopamine differences and what our options are can help us on one level--to f…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Podcast Family & more of the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for the monthly Live Q&A! In this Q&A episode, you’ll hear Eric, Brendan, Will, MJ, Moira, and Kat answer your ADHD-related questions! Questions & Topics in this Episode:(The following questions have been paraphrased.) What are some ADHD-friendly …
 
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of eating disorders; listener discretion is advised if you feel that listening may aggravate your suffering or complicate your recovery. Discuss with your support system as necessary. Moira has struggled with her relationship with food and her body for close to 50 years, only learning she had binge…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Alumni member Laura Kane. Laura is a transplant from Boston living with her rescue dog in Delray Beach, Florida. Just prior to the pandemic, Laura discovered a love of nature photography and is incredibly grateful for this gift. Most days, she can be found taking pictures of birds, alligators, and other assorted w…
 
Two women with ADHD, thirty years apart in age, squeeze in as many things about living with ADHD as they can. Similarities and differences in their experiences--including school, video games, being outdoors, bars, drinking, horrendous toilets, and why ADHD would be better known as a dopamine dysregulation disorder. All in all, it's young adults lik…
 
In this episode, Brittany Smith returns to the podcast! Eric and Brittany share some of the digital automation tools they use, such as battery delivery for Tile, automated messages, using smart-lights, setting reminders and routines, and more! You will also hear Eric and Brittany talk about some of the pain-points they attempted to solve using apps…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Lorri Hollingsworth who was officially diagnosed with combined-type ADHD about two-and-a-half years ago at the age of 64, having reached retirement without suspecting any neurodivergencies. Yet, she always felt herself to be the “misfit” given the expectations set by friends, family, coworkers, and society at larg…
 
Today we are talking about why parenting with ADHD is hard, especially for moms, ways to consider taking fewer rides on that struggle bus. We can’t care for others if we are spent. If we want to parent well, then we need to know how to care for ourselves. Moira discusses what helped with how, when, and where things were hard for her that led to tak…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Podcast Family every second Tuesday of the month for a Live Q&A! In this Q&A episode, you’ll hear Eric, Barb, Brendan, Will, MJ, Moira, and Roxie answer your ADHD-related questions! Check out the Other Podcasts on the ADHD reWired Podcast Network: with Brendan Mahan with Will Curb with MJ Siemens with Moira Maybin Don't Forget…
 
In this episode, Eric is joined by Danielle, a fresh graduate as of spring 2021. She has a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and was very recently diagnosed with ADHD. She has learned a lot about herself after receiving her diagnosis, especially after listening to ADHD reWired’s podcast. She felt some imposter syndrome after receiving her diagnosis…
 
Returning to the podcast is Kat Hoyer, a recovering HR Specialist who hosts our Career Accelerator Sessions (or CAASH+) in ADHD reWired’s Adult Study Hall Community. Get to know Kat even more in this episode, amd invite you to join us in welcoming Kat Hoyer as ADHD reWired’s newest coach to the coaching team! You’ll hear even more about Kat’s story…
 
If you enjoyed this episode, and want more from Alejandro, check out his website: Alejandro is a mindfulness life coach and yoga instructor who first experienced the benefits of mindfulness and breathwork when he was a student at Parsons School of Design in New York City. To cope with the stress of ADHD and university, he cultivated a practice of P…
 
ADHD symptoms can go up and down over time. That matches my experience, how about yours? That idea is now backed by research showing that we can have good years when our ADHD symptoms are manageable, or maybe not even apparent and in the difficult years, ADHD shows up significantly causing problems at school, work, or in relationships. Today we are…
 
More Shownotes coming soon! In the meantime, get to know today's guest a little more by going to his website at In this episode, Eric is joined by ADHD reWired Coaching Group Alumni, Alejandro Santiago. Alejandro is a mindfulness life coach and yoga instructor who first experienced the benefits of mindfulness and breathwork when he was a student at…
 
The path forward isn't always clear or easy, especially when we don’t know what 2022 has in store for us, or it feels like we keep living life on hard mode. Moira shares the steps she took to identify what to she wants more of in her life and ways to help when she forgets or gets distracted. Sign up to Patreon to get access to exclusive content, ea…
 
Join the ADHD reWired Podcast Family every second Tuesday of the month for a Live Q&A! In this Q&A episode, you’ll hear Eric, Barb, Brendan, Will, MJ, Moira, and Roxie answer your ADHD-related questions! The questions you’ll here answered in this episode: (The following questions asked in the episode have been paraphrased below.) I can’t be medicat…
 
Have you tried using all sorts of to-do and task-management apps but haven’t found ‘the one’ yet? In this episode, Eric is joined by Brittany Smith, a productivity, ADHD, and technology coach and recently published her first course, “From Aggravated to Navigated: Choosing a task-management system with ADHD”. She has a Masters of Science degree in C…
 
Hi, I’m taking a little time off and will be back with new episodes in January. I’m sharing an episode from the archive that builds upon the latest episodes. Today we’re discussing how self-compassion improves our ability to get started, deal with challenges, keep going and get along with others. We’ll be talking about proven strategies, and ideas.…
 
Here's another Blast-from-the-Past episode! From the archives, ADHD reWired rebroadcasts Episode 63, where Eric has his first interview with Dr. Russell Barkley. To find more in-depth shownotes, go to About Dr. Russell Barkley: Renowned professor, educator, and author of numerous ADHD books and clinical manuals, Dr. Russell Barkley talks about the …
 
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