Episode 7 is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play with more thoughts from Abby and Joe about Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria, emotional hyperarousal, and TV shows vs. movies.
Episode 6 is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play with a very special guest star.
Episode 5 is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play with a discussion on the third pillar of ADHD, Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD).
Episode 4 is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play with an overview of the second pillar of ADHD, emotional hyperarousal, and how to differentiate between ADHD and bipolar disorder. Check out more about the three pillars of ADHD here. Podbean insisted my under-500-characters summary was over 500 characters, so here are the links […]
Episode 3 is live on Apple Podcasts and Google Play with an overview of the biggest reason ADHDers get the reputation of being “lazy”: the interest-based nervous system.
The adventure of receiving an ADHD diagnosis in adulthood means you suddenly have a new lens with which to view the entirety of your life. It’s like you finally found the box to a puzzle you’ve been working on for years, so now you’re sorting through all these pieces and checking if they fit together. […]
Episode 2 is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play. Disclaimer: This is the anti-episode. DON’T listen if you want to hear useful information or advice. DO listen if you want to hear the embarrassing things I have been doing (and not doing) in Quarantine Land.
The first episode of The ADHD Manual Podcast, “How to Factory Reset Your Life,” is now live! You can subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, or by adding this RSS feed: https://feed.podbean.com/theadhdmanual/feed.xml. I’m aiming for new episodes once a month on Thursday. Enjoy!
Help!! Should I start a podcast?!
So you think your young’n is exhibiting some ADHD traits. Maybe she seems to have a bit more trouble transitioning or initiating tasks than others her age, or perhaps he has particularly strong emotional reactions to criticism or frustration. Now what?