Episode 37 is live! Today I’m thinking about grief, and how bereavement and healing may look a little different in neurodivergent folks.
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 36 is live! To wrap up ADHD Acceptance Month, I made a list of house hacks and items that make my everyday neurodivergent life a little easier.
Episode 35 is live! I hope this episode makes you uncomfortable.
Episode 34 is live! Today I’m talking about task initiation.
Episode 33 is live! ADHD impacts several of our executive functions (planning, prioritizing, organizing, task initiation, etc) and today I will give an overview of working memory: what is it, why do ADHDers struggle with it, and what do we do about it?
Episode 32 is live! Today I have announcements about exciting things on the horizon, and then I give a brief overview on how testosterone and estrogen fluctuation impacts ADHD symptoms.
Episode 31 is live!
Check out the second and final installment of my parents’ interview.
Episode 30 is live!
Receiving an adult diagnosis of a lifelong condition like ADHD can be illuminating and disorienting – not only for us, but also for our caregivers.
Episode 29 is live!
Today The ADHD Manual Podcast closes out our Pride series with Rachel Scanlon, L.A.-based comedian & co-host of More Than Friends with Ray and Kenz (formerly Two Dykes and a Mic) podcast and comedy show. We discuss how living a life outside of the mainstream provides unique opportunity to create your own authentic identity.
Episode 28 is live!
Welcome back to Pride: Extended Edition! Today I interview fellow ADHD podcaster Syd, of The Endy Enby podcast, about their experiences as a neurodivergent and non-binary person.