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.
Taking Care of YOU is Taking Care of Your ADHD
We’re back from The 2020 Virtual International Conference on ADHD and this year, the big message of the conference was about taking care of your bod, so we’ve got some takeaways that you can use to get inspired to get moving and not feeling overwhelmed in the process!
At the Corner of ADHD Avenue and Panic Street
We’re on the edge around these parts, pressured by the environment, the overwhelming weight of politics in the US, and all the associated symptoms that come with it. What happens when your ADHD symptoms run into your healthcare requirements and spark panic? That’s this week on The ADHD Podcast with a personal story from Pete.
Growing Up with Undiagnosed ADHD with Tara Koch
It's not easy being missed, especially when you know you're not quite relating to the world the same way your peers are. This week, ADHD coach Tara Koch joins us to talk about her experience growing up missing the ADHD diagnosis.
Inattentive ADHD Misdiagnosis with Dr. Michelle Frank
Dr. Michelle Frank is a clinical psychologist specializing in providing diagnostic and treatment services to individuals with ADHD. She joins us today to talk about inattentive ADHD and the struggles that come along by way of misdiagnosis.
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!
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Help for both generations!
My son and I both have ADHD. I typically listen to this podcast for tips on coping with my own ADHD. However, this podcast just proved to be useful for my son! He is in 2nd grade and struggling with reading and reading comprehension, even though he has a photographic memory. While listening to the episode where someone talked about living with undiagnosed ADHD, she described a coping mechanism I used to do when I was diagnosed! She mentioned reading the questions before reading a text, and it clicked in my head that this might be his problem! Thank you so much for this podcast and all of the wonderful guests!!
The episode with Dr. Michelle Frank really hit a nerve with me. Diagnosed inattentive adhd at 10, my son was misunderstood for years. Now at 15, I still cringe when thinking of all the negative experiences in school. Thank you for highlighting the impact of not being diagnosed or missed diagnosis. The frustration goes deep which can quickly turn to other issues such as anxiety or depression. As other experts have highlighted (Dr. Hallowell) treating the ADHD may often solve the anxiety the person feels since it is so connected. Thanks for all your good work on everything ADHD!
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 😊