Kick Some ADHD
Today, Dana checks in on how David’s doing with his habit of taking on other people’s crises and coaches him (and us) through several key elements. She also asks a very interesting question—how you answer it might surprise you!
There’s so much focus on the bad parts of living with ADHD that we thought we’d talk about some of our unique personal strengths. Do some of these sound familiar?
Have you noticed that those so-called “neurotypical” people can just DO things? Today, we unload on all those people who DON’T have ADHD. Join us as we rant!
Which kind of day would you prefer to have: One where you never really finish working, but you stop because you’re frazzled, exhausted, and have loads of stuff lingering on your to-do list? Or one whree
With ADHD, it can be hard to know what to work on first. In this episode, we tackle priorities—everything from why they matter to a step-by-step approach that will have you more productive in no time
This week: what do we mean when we talk about “ADHD success?” Why do we care? Is it truly possible? And if so, how do we achieve it?
Being a desirable partner can look very different early on in a relationship than how it looks in a committed, long-term one. Some of the very things that make those of us with ADHD attractive at the beginning can work against us later on. So how can we be the “sexy” partner we want to be for our significant others? Here are 5 ways!
Do you start things with great enthusiasm only to lose steam and stop following through? Today we talk about understanding the reasons why those of us with ADHD struggle and how to fire up your follow-through!
If you have ADHD, you’re going to procrastinate. We all know it. The key is to procrastinate strategically—and here’s how.