Kick Some ADHD
Our Latest Episode
Have you ever wondered what it was really like to live with ADHD? Do you have ADHD and wish you could help other people see what it’s like? In this episode, we set out to do exactly that — give people who don’t have ADHD themselves a little better understanding of what it’s really like.
What are the signs that your ADHD medication is working? Are you on the optimal dose? How would you know? We talk about these and tons of other questions about ADHD medication in this episode!
Smartphone addiction is rampant in today’s world. For people with ADHD, however, the dopamine hits that are so readily available from our devices and apps are even more irresistible. In this episode we have an honest conversation about what this might be costing us… and what we can do about it.
Predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive-impulsive, or combined? Do these ‘types’ of ADHD serve a useful purpose? We discuss that & more in this episode!
From how (and when!) diagnosis occurs, to differences & changes in hormones, to cultural norms… ADHD impacts people of different genders in different ways. Some of them might surprise you! We cover all this & more in this episode.
In the year of COVID-19, much has been made about risk factors. Where are we at risk of problems with ADHD? Can we reduce those risks? We think so… and we talk about how to do it in this episode!
When David finds himself overcommitted at work, Dana launches into an impromptu ADHD coaching session. Listen in and see how you can benefit from her expert advice!
As people with ADHD, we’re going to make blunders—sometimes big ones. But they don’t have to be devastating. In this episode, we talk about turning mistakes into our friends.
Let’s face it. There are times when our ADHD symptoms can be really painful for those around us. In this episode, we discuss some of the business social skills we can cultivate to help us be less annoying to others.
Rejection sensitivity is something almost all adults with ADHD deal with. This week, we talk about how to tell the difference between imagined and real rejection.