Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids is designed for children with ADHD to listen to and feel understood. It will educate, empower, and encourage listeners to understand their uniquely wired, neurodivergent minds. The challenges will be discussed, mindset growth will be encouraged, and strengths/gifts will be celebrated! ADHD will grow from an excuse to a reason that we need to face challenges head on and become an advocate for the incredible strengths that we have!
Hi It's Me! I have ADHD
There are a roller coaster of emotions that go along with being diagnosed with ADHD. Educator and Author of "Hi, It's Me! I have ADHD," Katelyn Mabry will share her own story of being diagnosed as well as give insight into the "ADHD" Acronym. The goal is to make a mindset shift from dwelling on the challenges of ADHD to battling the tough and focusing on all of the strengths and gifts this neurodivergent mind has to offer. Stay tuned as the next episode with reveal the last "D" description and talk about the different types of armor that can be put on, as I follow up on the ADHD mind "feeling like a battle." We can journey together, one step at a time.
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What About the Last D? Fighting Forgetfulness
Educator, speaker, and author of "Hi, It's Me! I have ADHD," provides a glimpse into the world of ADHD forgetfulness. Do you ever find that things leave your mind as fast as information is given?! Being forgetful is a struggle many with ADHD have, and there is a reason why! This episode will share personal examples, visual analogies, and strategies to use while traveling on this ADHD journey. Forgetfulness may be something that will never go away, but our attitude towards it can shift. We are soldiers, who need to fight the forgetfulness battle with "armor"/strategies that work for us as individuals (phone alarms/reminders, checklists, visual timers, visual schedules, scaling down tasks given, creating a manageable system and structure for our unique mind to become in the habit of following, and most importantly, find forgiveness and grace in the moments in between when still do forget.
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ADHD Mindset Mountain
It's easy to get caught in a cycle of negative thinking when battling the struggles of living with an ADHD mind. This cycle does not need to continue and growth can be gained by investigating which direction our mindset is going. Is it a "fixed mindset," believing that it is what it is and nothing will ever change or is it a "growth mindset," which is a belief that with continued practice and effort, using different tools and strategies, growth can be accomplished in all areas of life? Wherever you are at, this episode will help self-awareness, spark conversation, and give an analogy that will leave you wanting to move mountains with your amazing mind!
A Harsh Word Brings Hurt, but Wise Words Bring Healing: Speaking truth about ADHD
Has someone ever said something about your ADHD diagnosis that left you speechless and sometimes hurt? There are many people who simply don't understand how our neurodiverse minds work and therefore they make statements based on what they think it may or may not be. This episode shares 4 personal examples of things people have said, along with examples of responses that could leave you more confident and the outsider more aware to think before they speak.
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Our ADHD Minds Are Made to Move
Is school in any environment feeling like an uphill battle sometimes? In this episode, we will uncover the internal struggles we often feel, while sharing some helpful strategies that can help calm the mind and make our work feel more manageable. Exercise is proven to help any child become more focused and better able to learn for a period of time. Breaking large tasks into bite size pieces can reduce anxiety and allow for us to celebrate each small success we have. Join me as we continue on this ADHD journey to discover our mind on many different levels.
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Overcoming the Shame Game- "The Awfulizer" and ADHD
Do you ever feel like you are playing the shame game in your head? This hamster wheel of negative, self- destructive thoughts often causes us to feel stuck and unable to live to our full potential based on false beliefs we have allowed shame to build. During this episode you will meet Kristen Maher, who is the brilliant author of "The Awfulizer." Kristen shares this creatively crafted visual of what it feel like to live in shame and what steps we can take to get ourselves free from it. You won't want to miss this fantastic tool as she also shares strategies to work through dealing this monster called "The Awfulizer" and become the "Awesomizer" you were meant to be!
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LOVE this podcast for kids of all ages. Katelyn's brilliant and I love that she not only talks about the challenges but the strengths and gifts to be found in ADHD too. I wish I had access to this when I was a kid but grateful my kids have it now.
I adore this for kids!
Katelyn is a real gem with these honest conversations geared just for our kiddos. I am obsessed with her loving voice and advocacy for our neurodivegent warriors!!
Love everything about it!
I love everything about this podcast! I love the length of it (I play it while I’m driving in the car with my two boys who have been diagnosed with ADHD and we have great conversations about the topics discussed), I love her voice, I love the creative messaging for kids and the tips I learn as a parent. Excellent!