Kick Some ADHD
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.
In Ep. 21 we talked about camouflaging ADHD, but what about when you decide NOT to mask it? Disclosing can come with risks, but it can be important to do so. We talk all about how the decision.
2020 is, as Dana puts it, "a dumpster fire of a year." We decided to take a break from our regular episodes to insert this conversation about the unprecedented difficulties we're all facing in 2020. In fact, even people who don't have ADHD are experiencing...
Are there times when hiding the fact that you have ADHD is appropriate? Are the methods for camouflaging your symptoms helpful or harmful? We discuss all this and more in this week’s episode!
ADHD symptoms can wax & wane, and everyone’s situation is different. But how can you tell when you need to get help? We talk all about it in this episode!
You got an ADHD diagnosis… where do you start? What can you do to get the help you need to be as effective as possible? We cover the 3 types of help in this episode.
Are you drawn to elaborate systems & complex processes? People with ADHD often overcomplicate things because complex = shiny! Here are practical ways to make your life more manageable.