8 episodes

I'm Tiffany I have ADHD! (WOO) For majority of my life I have struggled with reading, I often find myself looking at words without actually taking in content. So I thought I'd create my own audio book sessions. Not only reading out loud but also enhancing with sound FX, music, accents (cringe but trial and error). Not just for people with ADHD, anyone who wants to listen! Relax and enjoy.

Audio Books for ADHD Minds Tiffany Saker Creative

    • Health & Fitness
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I'm Tiffany I have ADHD! (WOO) For majority of my life I have struggled with reading, I often find myself looking at words without actually taking in content. So I thought I'd create my own audio book sessions. Not only reading out loud but also enhancing with sound FX, music, accents (cringe but trial and error). Not just for people with ADHD, anyone who wants to listen! Relax and enjoy.

    Help with Small Talk (Rubin, G. [Upd.] 2022)

    Help with Small Talk (Rubin, G. [Upd.] 2022)

    In today's episode, we go through how to take control of small talk - especially if you're someone having trouble holding conversation or even listening! For ADHD humans, listening without interrupting can be a huge struggle! 
    Gretchen Rubin author of The Happiness Project gives us 8 Ways to Get Better at Small Talk. When it comes to small talk, people with ADHD tend to fall into one of two camps: we’re either motor mouths who don’t let our conversational partners get a word in, or we’re too distracted to follow constantly changing (and not always gripping) conversational threads.
    Full Article: 8 Ways to Get Better at Small Talk by Gretchen Rubin https://www.additudemag.com/download/how-to-get-better-at-small-talk/
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    • 5 min
    Test Anxiety and ADHD (Orrie, D. Sivan, R. 2015)

    Test Anxiety and ADHD (Orrie, D. Sivan, R. 2015)

    Do you ever find yourself having anxiety because you don't know if your mind will perform on the day? Having high text anxiety is common for individuals with ADHD because of lack of confidence and low self esteem.
    Full Article: The Relationships among ADHD, Self-Esteem, and Test Anxiety in Young Adults written by Orrie Dan, Sivan Raz. (2015)
    Dan, O., & Raz, S. (2015). The relationships among ADHD, self-esteem, and test anxiety in young adults. Journal of attention disorders, 19(3), 231–239. https://doi.org/10.1177/1087054712454571

    • 9 min
    Coping Mechanisms You Haven't Tried Yet (Dodson, W. 2017)

    Coping Mechanisms You Haven't Tried Yet (Dodson, W. 2017)

    Today we'll go through some awesome and overlooked tools to get on in everyday life. Written by William Dodson (M.D.) ADHD Coping Mechaisms You Haven't Tried Yet with the Scientific Advisory Board at ADDitude Magazine. We'll talk about Finding your Cheerleader and changing tasks to suit your abilities.
    Full Article https://www.additudemag.com/download/adhd-coping-mechanisms/?src=embed_link

    • 10 min
    The Creativity of ADHD (White, H. 2019)

    The Creativity of ADHD (White, H. 2019)

    The Creativity of ADHD. In this audiobook we discuss those with ADHD are in fact more creative than those without! Evidentiary based on a study of college students.
    The author, Holly White is a research scientist in the psychology department at the University of Michigan. Her research interests include creative cognition, divergent "outside-the-box" thinking, neurodiversity and cognitive exercise.
    Full Article: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-creativity-of-adhd/ 

    • 9 min
    2: ADHD in Women Misunderstood Symptoms (Littman, E. 2020)

    2: ADHD in Women Misunderstood Symptoms (Littman, E. 2020)

    Part 2: Continuing on, Why ADHD in Women is Routinely Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Treated Inadequately, a medically reviewed article by clinical psychologist Dr Ellen Littman. In this part we delve into misdiagnosis and treatment options. 
    ADHD is not a male disorder, but men and boys are diagnosed far more commonly than women and girls. Why? Lingering stereotypes, referral bias, internalized symptoms, gender role expectations, comorbidities, and hormonal fluctuations all complicate the ADHD presentation in women. 
    Derived from the ADDitude Expert Webinar “Why ADHD is Different for Women: Gender Specific Symptoms & Treatments” (ADDitude ADHD Experts Podcast episode #337) by Ellen Littman, Ph.D., which was broadcast live on December 15, 2020. 
    Full Article: https://www.additudemag.com/adhd-in-women-misunderstood-symptoms-treatment/

    • 15 min
    1: ADHD in Women Misunderstood Symptoms (Littman, E. 2020)

    1: ADHD in Women Misunderstood Symptoms (Littman, E. 2020)

    Todays episode is a medically reviewed article by clinical psychologist Dr Ellen Littman.  Why ADHD in Women is Routinely Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Treated Inadequately. I've broken this up into two parts!
    ADHD is not a male disorder, but men and boys are diagnosed far more commonly than women and girls. Why? Lingering stereotypes, referral bias, internalized symptoms, gender role expectations, comorbidities, and hormonal fluctuations all complicate the ADHD presentation in women.
    Derived from the ADDitude Expert Webinar “Why ADHD is Different for Women: Gender Specific Symptoms & Treatments” (ADDitude ADHD Experts Podcast episode #337) by Ellen Littman, Ph.D., which was broadcast live on December 15, 2020.
    Full Article: https://www.additudemag.com/adhd-in-women-misunderstood-symptoms-treatment/

    • 12 min

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