Episode 57 is live! Today Hum and I are talking about feeling frozen in the face of a daunting process, and how our different neurotypes and identities might impact our experience.
Welcome to The ADHD Manual!
Living with ADHD in a world built for neurotypicals (people with the most common brains) is like trying to follow an IKEA assembly manual for our Hot Wheels race car track pieces. No matter how much tape is at our disposal, those little Swedish illustrations elude us. We could toss this rocket launcher and buy crappy plastic pins. Or we could toss the manual and write our own.
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Episode 56 is live! We’ve been lost in the weeds of How to Have a Child Without Declaring Bankruptcy, so we’re coming up for air by reminiscing about how we met and fell in love.
Episode 55 is live! Today I wanted to share what’s been going on in the Chau House, and what the pod might look like going forward.
Episode 54 is live! Today I’m talking housing accommodations. And by “talking” I mean “giving a Powerpoint presentation” and by “housing accommodations” I mean the quirks of my living space that make my house more ADHD friendly, and some more information on Emotional Support Animals.
Episode 53 is live! Today I’m sharing tips for how ADHDers can ask for accommodations in their personal relationships, and how non-ADHDers can foster more meaningful connections with their ADHD loved ones.
Episode 52 is live! Today I’m talking accommodations at work – how to ask for them and where you can find resources and support.
Episode 51 is live! If you’re like me, interoception (sensing and interpreting internal signals) can be hard. So I broke down some basic needs and the subtle/not-so-subtle ways my body communicates them.
Episode 50 is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more. For exclusive content, check out Patreon. *~ What The ADHD Manual is up to online ~*
Episode 49 is live! This is a brief excerpt from last week’s ADHD & Sex Patreon episode, “My Coming Out Story ft. ADHD”.
Episode 48 is live! I am beyond excited, because today I get to show off the amazing minds in my community. Listen to how my neurodivergent peers answered the question: “What is a life lesson you have learned (or unlearned) that changed your neurodivergent experience for the better?”