ADHD Support Talk Radio is an award winning Podcast for Adults with ADD / ADHD. Co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris are joined by Adult ADHD experts and they cover important topics related to Adult ADD / ADHD. Podcast guests include Dr. Edward Hallowell, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis, Dr. Ari Tuckman, Laurie Dupar, Terry Matlen and many more.
Beliefs, Mindset and Unmet Potential with ADHD
Co-host Lynne Edris talks about the impact of your beliefs, thoughts and your mindset on your ability to fulfill your potential with Adult ADHD. Listen for helpful insights and simple strategies you can use today to help you become the person you were meant to be!
Asking for Help with Adult ADHD
So many of us with ADHD struggle with or resist asking for help or support when we need it! Join co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris as they explore why so many of us struggle to ask for and use help and support, and learn what you can do to stop going it alone and make your life easier.
Procrastination and Avoidance: A different take on ADHD Struggles with Follow Through
Co-host Lynne Edris shares a different take on the common adult ADHD struggles with poor follow-through, procrastination, and avoidance. Lynne talks about procrastination as a coping mechanism gone awry, and helps you get to the bottom of WHY you procrastinate and avoid the things you need to do, and sometimes even want to do, and gives you some practical strategies you can use today to follow through more easily and more consistently.
Solving Sleep Struggles with ADHD
ADHD Support Talk Podcast co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris come together to talk about the all-too-common struggles with sleep for adults with ADHD. Learn why getting regular and sufficient sleep sounds simple, but is definitely not easy for many of us, and how you can make it easier to get the sleep your brain needs!
ADHD Support Talk Radio is an award winning Podcast for Adults with ADD / ADHD.
Self Love, Acceptance and Adult ADHD
Co-host Lynne Edris is joined by Lani Lecielle to discuss the importance of self-love and acceptance in life as an adult with ADHD. You’ll learn why so many adults with ADHD struggle with self-acceptance, and some simple, practical strategies to help you start to see yourself as the extraordinary person you really are! Learn more about Lani’s online event for Women with ADHD at http://bit.ly/NVGTWomen
Lynne Edris is a Productivity & ADHD Coach and Co-host of ADHD Support Talk www.LynneEdris.com
Grief, Loss, Resilience and Support with ADHD
Dealing with different forms of grief and loss at different points in our lives can be deeply impactful to our wellbeing. Whether it's grief from the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a job, a way of life, or a diagnosis, how we navigate grief and loss and how we help others get through can make a world of difference. Lynne Edris and guests Colleen Gianatiempo & Dena Betti get personal as they talk about loss, grief, resilience, and how we can support each other during challenging times.
Amazing Podcast with enormous value
This podcast has helped gave me great clarity in my life. Many of the things they talked in the podcast, I can relate to. This podcast does the right thing and they truly want to help people with ADD/ADHD succeed in life. I would mention though that they should fix the audio quality.
I have learned so much from these ladies. I love that it’s in a format that fits my attention span and lifestyle right now. Keep it up!
I’m going to listen to more episodes and then re-evaluate. But: I’m 12.5 minutes into my first one, about the method of bullet journaling. The creator of this system and the host have spent 12.5 minutes going on and on about why they like bullet journaling, why it’s so great, so individual, etc., etc....and I’m so disappointed that they haven’t said HOW to actually DO bullet journaling. I’m now wondering if the episode will end by directing me somewhere to BUY this information. I sure hope not, because that’s not a useful podcast—that’s an info-mercial. It took me enough time just to get up the gumption find this podcast. How depressing.