The Soundtrack of an ADHD Life

πŸŽƒ HAPPY ADHD AWARENESS MONTH! πŸŽƒ

Every time I searched “ADHD playlist” all the results were “focus music” and “binaural beats” and “beta waves.” I don’t know about you, but sometimes I would rather eat nails than focus. I just want a playlist that captures what it’s like to live my life. So that’s what I hope this will be. Let me know what you think.

*CW: explicit lyrics*

If your ADHD life had a soundtrack, what would be on it?

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3 thoughts on “The Soundtrack of an ADHD Life

  1. Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) – The Hombres
    Bang the Drum All Day – Todd Rundgren
    Got My Own Thing Now – Squirrel Nut Zippers
    Happy House – Ornette Coleman, et al.
    Stars Align – Lindsey Stirling
    La Caravane – Caravan Palace
    Stay in or Stay Out / Pass the Dutchie – Chris Ardoin and Double Clutchin’
    Mighty feat. JFTH – Caravan Palace
    Wild Wild Life – Talking Heads
    In One Ear – Cage the Elephant
    Thanks for the Boogie Ride – Erin McKeown
    (Meet) The Flintstones – The Simpsons
    Wipe Out – The Surfaris
    Heaven – Los Lonely Boys
    Have a Little Faith in Me – John Hiatt

    Spin ’em.

    The playlist will be different next week because that is how the wires work.

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  2. Focus Jeff… focus.

    Last track of my playlist is World Looking In by Morcheeba rather than John Hiatt’s Have a Little Faith in Me.

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About Abby Minor, LMFT, ADHD-CCSP

I am a marriage and family therapist based in Seattle, WA. I also have ADHD! And I love learning more about it, by myself and with my clients. Join me as I create an ADHD Owner's Manual! (she/her)