Since 2010, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright have offered support, life management strategies, and time and technology tips, dedicated to anyone looking to take control while living with ADHD.
In the Shadow of the Haunt List: Productivity with Dr. Marilyn Paul
Dr. Marilyn Paul is a coach and organizational change consultant. She joins us today to talk about how to break the addiction to productivity without shame, free to own our ADHD brains and get things done our way.
We’re stressed! Clients are stressed. Kids are stressed. We’re all stressed. Why? Because when you’re living with ADHD, you’re getting more negative messages thrown at you like so many darts than those without. And because we set such high expectations for ourselves, those negative messages leave us feeling so much more deflated!
ADHD Parenting Principles with Dr. Russell Barkley
Dr. Russell Barkley has been something of a firebrand in the ADHD community for over four decades. With twenty-five books — 43 separate editions — and his name behind numerous assessment scales and journal articles, he has established a career of education and advocacy in the field second to none. Today, Dr. Barkley joins us on the ADHD podcast.
Parenting Complex Kids with ImpactParents’ Diane Dempster & Elaine Taylor-Klaus
They may have pivoted to parents, but Diane Dempster and Elaine Taylor-Klaus still bring every bit of their Impact! Today they join us to talk about parenting complex kids in a complex era along with Elaine’s new book!
Study Habits For the ADHD Student
If you’re a well-practiced student, you probably have your own system and set of practices for doing that job. Taking notes, studying, preparing projects, taking exams ... you know what works for you, right? Or do you?
Back-to-School: Planning Time and Tasks
You’re heading back to school. You’ve got your books. You’ve got your syllabus. You’ve got your pencils and notebooks. And you’re even feeling great about your class schedule. You’ve got this. Only one question remains. When are you going to do the work?
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I’ve been enjoying this podcast for years and it’s helped me deal with my struggles is so many ways.
Always upbeat and cheerful, they cover so many different aspects of ADHD, even the hardest ones, leaving me with a smile on my face and a hopeful perspective.
Thank you for always being there 😊
Too ADHD for me
I have tried so many times to listen to this podcast but they are so all over the place I cannot get through even one episode. You can’t get to the information because the presentation is disjointed and frenetic.
Do they speakers have ADHD? The advice seems as if it is forcing a creative person to be linear and structured.
The advice sounds shaming even if thst wasn’t the intent.
I also didn’t care for the criticism of educators in “not preparing” students in the way of organization. This can be up to the parent, too.