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Join Alex, founder of UNILAD and LADBible, as he chats all things ADHD with a variety of guests. The chats are unfiltered, unedited and unpredictable and they will give you the wisdom you need to live your best ADHD life.Brand new shiny episode released every Tuesday.

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TJ Power is an esteemed neuroscientist, international speaker, and co-founder of Neurify, an organisation at the forefront of the mental health sector providing accessible and scientifically-backed teachings to enhance the management of mental health.Topics:00:00 Trailer01:49 Let's start with the very basics. What are the 4 happiness chemicals we have as human beings?03:03 Let's talk about Dopamine. When it comes to dopamine, what are the differences in someone with ADHD vs someone without ADHD?03:38 As an example, back when we were cavemen and cavewomen, where would our dopamine highs be coming from? 05:54 What does the perfect morning routine look like for someone with ADHD07:11 Dopamine sources to avoid 09:24 What is Effort dopamine vs Non-effort dopamine?10:25 How to get natural dopamine hits11:22 The perfect pre-bed routine for better sleep 14:27 Ice bath demonstration 17:23 What part do real human in-person connections with family and friends play on the ADHD brain with regards to our biochemistry?19:49 The biochemistry behind maintaining friendships 21:38 Oxytocin and intimacy 23:39 Optimal time to have sex for better sleep 25:30 What is the difference in our biochemistry when a person has sex vs when they watch pornography?28:40 Can you explain the difference between genetic vs behavioural ADHD in the current day and why there might be some overlap there?30:12 Washing machine of woes34:57 The biochemistry behind body doubling 36:22 Certain people with ADHD who might be high-functioning and successful, what do you think they are doing right?38:07 How does our pursuit for dopamine in ADHDers increase the risk of addiction43:36 Are coffee and dopamine related?46:56 The biochemistry of Rejection Sensitivity 52:23 What does your knowledge of dopamine teach us about our eternal pursuit of happiness?55:38 Most impulsive thing Visit TJ's website 👉 https://tjpower.co.ukFind TJ on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/tjpower/?hl=enSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this weeks Diary of late diagnosed ADHD woman, Alex chats to Dez Rock, who shares her late ADHD diagnosis story, and the lessons she's learnt along the way.Watch the full episode 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1nT2hBaZHY&t=463s Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex sits down with Dr Ayan Panja, an NHS doctor of 25 years, to reveal the secrets to manage ADHD Shame. Topics:00:00 Trailer01:36 How long have you been a doctor?02:58 Why have so many people been missed for so long?05:55 Does ADHD medication work?06:27 Is shame common with ADHD?09:47 Why does trauma affect longevity?14:08 How shame can present different before and after diagnosis 17:27 The hidden costs of shame 23:02 How to flood yourself with self compassion 35:11 Self medicating ADHD37:47 The Washing Machine of Woes42:59 ADHD item (sunglasses)44:06 Closing advice on ADHD Shame 47:58 Most impulsive thing Follow Dr Ayan on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/drayanpanja/Visit Dr Ayan's website 👉 https://www.drayan.co.ukSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex sits down with Neurodiversity Consultant, Matt Gupwell, to discuss Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD)Topics: 00:00 Trailer01:34 RSD Explained 03:32 The difference between RSD and Emotional Dysregulation 10:38 What are your biggest triggers?11:59 Has RSD interfered with your working relationships?15:35 RSD in relationships 26:46 Long term strategies 32:04 Is it hard for Neurotypicals to understand RSD?33:40 Washing machine of woes37:46 What is Alexithymia?43:25 Theories as to the genesis of RSD45:43 The HALT Theory51:09 Your ADHD item (juggling balls)56:33 How RSD is depicted on social media59:18 The positive side of RSD01:02:24 Closing advice 01:08:46 Your most impulsive thing Visit Matt's website 👉 https://www.thinkneurodiversity.co.ukVisit Matt's instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/thinkneurodiversity/Visit Matt's Linkedin 👉 https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattgupwell/Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this week's bitesize clip, Holly Morris shares her experience of living as a late diagnosed ADHD woman. Relatable, emotional and inspirational in equal measure.Listen to the full episode here 👉 https://open.spotify.com/episode/5AaYW3nNTTiMzQe8mHr22V?si=gfIMXJRnTDSv0TZtjRjjwgWatch the full episode here 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKmBCQ0IqCU&t=1399sFind Holly on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/hollymorrisss/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Alex sits down with ADHD Nutrition Coach, Amber Macintosh.Amber explains what the perfect ADHD breakfast looks like, what foods may be detrimental to the ADHD brain, the 3 ADHD superfoods and SO MUCH MORE!Topics:00:00 Trailer01:20 Joe Wick's latest ADHD comments04:29 Types of ultra-processed foods that are bad for ADHD06:12 The fundamental dietary building blocks for ADHD11:30 Protein sources for vegans14:34 The worst breakfast for ADHDers16:52 Coffee, good or bad for ADHD?18:52 Isn't a healthy diet expensive?23:40 3 ADHD superfoods 31:52 Foods to avoid36:29 Blood sugar levels and why they're important for us to understand 39:17 Why people with ADHD struggle with diet42:07 What is the ADHD community misunderstanding about the connection between brain health and gut health 44:40 Do ADHDers need more calories to feed their faster rate of thinking46:21 ADHD item53:34 Busting diet myths58:22 Washing machine of woes01:02:46 What is the perfect '3 meals a day' plan for an ADHDer01:06:06 Foods that help us sleep01:10:25 Alcohol, good or bad for ADHD?01:14:34 Your most impulsive thingVisit Amber's website 👉 https://www.ambermacintosh.comFollow Amber on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/amberscoaching/Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this week's bitesize clip, I speak with Karen Doherty, a relationship therapist who specialises in neurodivergent couples, to discuss strategies for RSD, and how to manage RSD in relationships.Watch the full episode 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6Opd8B4ipk&t=1421sVisit Karen's website 👉 https://karendohertycoaching.co.ukSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Alex sits down with Dr Mine Conkbayir and legendary comedian Paul Whitehouse.Dr Mine has been diagnosed with ADHD, she thinks her husband has ADHD, but is Paul convinced? Tune in to find out!** Correction to episode: Dr. Mine is NOT a neuroscientist. This was an error made by the ADHD Chatter team **Dr Mine and Paul have something very exciting coming soon. Watch this space!Topics:00:00 Trailer01:50 Is ADHD a product of nature or nurture?11:13 Is Paul 'The Devil's Advocate'?12:22 ADHD in comedy15:10 Do you think Paul has ADHD?23:25 RSD in your marriage30:13 Is ADHD the wrong name?33:55 How do you (Dr. Mine) deal with emotional dysregulation34:29 The positives of ADHD40:59 Friendships42:47 Paul, where does your creativity come from?51:24 ADHD item52:17 Is a strong sense of justice an ADHD trait?54:08 Washing machine of woes59:59 How to cater to ADHD in schools01:03:22 Your most impulsive thingFind Dr. Mine on Linkedin 👉 https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-mine-conkbayir/Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Joel from the infamous brand Dad V Girls finally talks about his ADHD.Topics:01:05 Your quick ADHD test03:51 How ADHD presented in your childhood07:49 Positives of ADHD11:41 Your businesses before Youtube14:35 How social media affected your family dynamic19:30 Burnout25:52 Worst bits of ADHD27:40 How ADHD shows up in your marriage?32:28 Do you see ADHD in your family members?34:39 ADHD parenting tips36:31 Making friends when you have ADHD37:48 Do you see ADHD traits in your wife?38:43 Your ADHD item40:23 Are you sensitive to criticism?42:25 Do you feel imposter syndrome?43:51 Do you ever feel outnumbered?44:53 Washing machine of woes53:03 Can certain behaviour be blamed on simply being a man, when actually they are your ADHD?54:52 Advice for younger Joel58:35 What do you like about having daughters, specifically?60:30 Your most impulsive thingSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Alex George explains how he calms his ADHD mind, and how people with ADHD can improve their sleep.Listen to full episode here 👉 Watch full episode here 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqXumftuk6w&t=8sSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Harley Street Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Alex Cappai has over 15 years’ experience in psychiatry. Dr Cappai is specialised both in General Adult Psychiatry and ADHD. Topics:00:00 Trailer01:22 Why is ADHD so prevalent in the criminal world03:28 How to redirect negative ADHD traits into positive ones07:44 Should prisoners be tested for ADHD?09:12 Rehabilitation story 13:09 Is prison literal hell for the ADHD mind?17:30 What 3 traits of ADHD are most responsible for criminality?18:20 What crimes to ADHD people commit?20:01 The overlap between ADHD and other personality disorders22:30 What so many ADHD women were missed for so long24:55 Your reason for specialising in ADHD?26:15 What you find most interesting about the criminal mind?27:13 The Washing Machine Of Woes30:37 Is crime a means to occupy a bored mind?32:07 ADHD itemVisit Dr. Alex's website 👉 https://www.harleytherapy.co.uk/dr-alessandra-cappai.htmVisit Dr. Alex's instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/mental_health_business?igsh=MWc3bHp0MWI1YzZ5Also 👉 https://www.instagram.com/mental_health_business?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet&igsh=ZDNlZDc0MzIxNw==Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this bitesized clip, Kat shares her experience of being a late diagnosed ADHD woman, how RSD shows up in her life, and how she manages her sensitivity to rejection and criticism.Kat Brown is the author of 'It's Not A Bloody Trend: Understanding Life as an ADHD Adult' and editor of 'No One Talks About This Stuff'.Visit Kat on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/katbrownwrites/?hl=en-gbIt's Not A Bloody Trend: Understanding Life as an ADHD Adult 👉 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Its-Not-Bloody-Trend-Understanding/dp/1472148703No One Talks About This Stuff: Twenty-Two Stories of Almost Parenthood 👉 https://www.amazon.co.uk/One-Talks-About-This-Stuff/dp/1800182872Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Jo is a Chartered Coaching and Counselling Psychologist, Speaker, Optimisation and Neurodiversity Expert who applies the science of Psychology in all her work.Topics: 00:00 Trailer00:57 Where do you begin with your clients?12:12 Why do people seek an ADHD diagnosis later in life?17:43 How overcompensating can be harmful 25:43 How to remember your successes 31:57 Is the modern way of living harmful for the ADHD community?37:23 Is there a correlation between Neurodiversity + highly successful people?50:26 Who do people with ADHD mask?54:58 How important is sleep and tips to get better sleep58:21 ADHD item60:30 Washing machine of woes01:05:05 Your most impulsive thingVisit Jo's website 👉 https://drjoperkins.comFind Jo on LinkedIn 👉 https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jo-perkins-46b943/Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hester Grainger is a TV presented and founder of 'Perfectly Autistic', a company that offers Neurodiversity coaching and training.Topics: 00:00 Trailer 01:00 The secret to keeping a neurodiverse family functional 03:23 Where did your neurodiverse journey begin?07:13 How has ADHD influenced your parenting style?10:35 Are you an organised person?14:30 The difference between 'mum brain' and actual ADHD?18:54 The affect of undiagnosed ADHD on friendships and relationships 20:45 How the neurodiversity within your family affects your marriage?25:49 What's the secret to a successful neurodiverse relationship?27:20 RSD33:02 Do you ever wish your children were neurotypical?34:35 Your ADHD item36:37 What are the best bits of ADHD?38:21 Would you sacrifice the good bits of ADHD to get rid of the bad bits?39:13 Washing machine of woes (ADHD in the workplace)42:58 Parenting and Neurodiversity 45:46 Neurodiverse divorce rates 49:36 Your most impulsive thingFind Hester on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/hesteradhd/Find Hester on LinkedIn 👉 https://www.linkedin.com/in/hestergrainger/Visit the Perfectly Autistic website 👉 https://www.perfectlyautistic.co.ukSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kat Brown is the author of 'It's Not A Bloody Trend: Understanding Life as an ADHD Adult' and editor of 'No One Talks About This Stuff'.Topics: 00:00 Trailer01:15 Memories of feeling different 10:10 School reports12:44 Friendships 14:57 Why have women and girls been missed for so long19:59 Your catalyst for assessment 26:01 A summary of your TED talk of ADHD evidence 30:21 Your mum didn't believe in mental health?41:16 ADHD Item47:45 Your journey to sobriety52:33 Rejection01:06:30 Positives and negatives of ADHD01:18:07 Advice for younger selfVisit Kat on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/katbrownwrites/?hl=en-gbIt's Not A Bloody Trend: Understanding Life as an ADHD Adult 👉 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Its-Not-Bloody-Trend-Understanding/dp/1472148703No One Talks About This Stuff: Twenty-Two Stories of Almost Parenthood 👉 https://www.amazon.co.uk/One-Talks-About-This-Stuff/dp/1800182872Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex sits down with host of the ADHDAF podcast and ADHD activist, Laura Mears-Reynolds. Laura has recorded over 100 podcast episodes, and she's ready to share what she's learnt; as well as sharing her heartbreaking, yet powerful personal ADHD journey.Expect to learn: Never before seen ADHD relationship tips, new techniques to manage RSD, how to spot a failing relationship before it's too late and SO MUCH MORE!Topics:01:18 Dyscalculia explained02:10 The surprising most common ADHD struggle (and how to manage it)06:16 Why you SHOULDN'T mask in your relationship09:30 The unpredictable ways ADHD shows up in your marriage10:07 Can ADHD & Neurotypical relationships work?16:52 The truth about emotional dysregulation19:23 Heartbreaking early experiences of RSD20:33 Is RSD hard for neurotypicals to understand?27:06 New learnings about RSD30:48 Silent signs of a failing ADHD relationship35:03 What are key components of a successful ADHD marriage?41:14 Your ADHD item (kitchen ladle)45:45 Laura's journey back from a very dark place55:21 Washing machine of woes58:54 3 tips for a successful ADHD marriage01:03:04 Your most impulsive thingVisit Laura's instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/lauraisadhdaf/Visit the ADHDAF's instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/adhdafpodcast/Tickets for the last tour: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/adhdafWebsite: https://www.adhdasfemales.com/ADHDAF Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1QBjoeJCZ1voP0CIHY7OV1?si=JK-BRwVlSEKIGcA7ZZivDgSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex sits down with clinical neuroscientist, Dr. Miguel Toribio-Mateas!Expect to learn:👉 The secret to a happy ADHD life👉 RSD coping strategies👉 3 foods that are TERRIBLE for ADHD... and SO MUCH MORE!Topics:00:00 Trailer01:19 Why did you want to be a Neuroscientist?01:56 What is the secret to a happy ADHD life?04:49 Do ADHDers have trouble asserting boundaries?06:16 RSD explained and strategies to overcome it13:20 Are ADHD people more emotional than neurotypicals15:53 How to pamper the ADHD brain24:09 What is Alexithymia?27:08 A food that new research shows is GREAT for ADHD31:34 What foods are good for ADHD34:14 3 foods that are BAD for ADHD37:49 Coffee: good or bad for ADHD?39:55 Dr. Miguel's personal ADHD story47:19 How does ADHD show up in your marriage?51:10 Top tips for a successful ADHD relationship54:58 ADHD item (headphones)56:40 Washing machine of woes58:56: Your most impulsive thingDo you want £100 off when you join Dr. Miguel's course?He's kindly given the ADHD Chatter listeners this discount code: ADHDCHATTERDr. Miguel's course 👉 https://drmiguelmateas.com/thrive-with-adhd-courseFind Dr. Miguel on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/drmiguelmateas/?hl=enSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex sits down with 'One Year No Beer' co-founder Ruari Fairbairns to talk about the surprising relationship between ADHD and alcohol.Expect to learn: Why quitting alcohol in this day and age is so hard, how to speak to a friend who is drinking too much alcohol and how alcohol is holding you back without you knowing.Topics: 01:06 The surprising negative relationship between alcohol and ADHD07:38 When does alcohol become a problem?11:19 How would you approach a friend who drinks too much alcohol?12:48 How to NOT give in to peer pressure15:36 Why quitting alcohol is so hard27:02 Ruari's ADHD diagnosis 27:33 How ADHD shows up in your marriage29:03 The most important thing for a neurotypical partner to understand about ADHD30:19 How your wife felt about being married to a heavy drinker34:31 How to change behaviour and break habits37:44 Your drinking habits in your marriage41:03 How alcohol is holding people back42:36 Your ADHD item43:54 Why are people scared to quit alcohol?46:29 Other ways alcohol affects people 47:46 Washing machine of woes52:43 The connection between compulsive behaviour and trauma 55:35 Your most impulsive thingVisit Ruari's website 👉 https://www.oneyearnobeer.com/Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Expect to learn:👉 How a neurotypical can effectively communicate with a neurodivergent partner👉 How to manage RSD in relationships👉 Tips on how to make an ADHD marriage workand SO MUCH MORE!Karen Doherty is a fully qualified Psychosexual Therapist and Relationship Coach, with over 20 years experience and specialises in neurodiversity.Topics:01:07 What's the difference between a hyper obsession and real love?04:18 How can a neurotypical partner effectively communicate with a neurodivergent partner07:31 Is it hard for a neurotypical partner to understand emotional dysregulation?08:17 How to manage RSD in relationships16:01 How to take responsibility for your triggers16:28 What makes a successful ADHD relationship16:58 Does ADHD make divorce more likely?18:10 Are ADHD people more likely to cheat?19:11 What are the biggest cracks in ADHD relationships?20:36 What does a toxic relationship look like?22:51 The parent/child dynamic26:03 3 warning signs of a failing relationship27:49 Should you 'mask' in your relationship?30:34 Are ADHD people hard to live with?35:19 The importance of communication36:16 Washing machine of woes39:39 3 tips how to make a marriage work40:29 3 positives about dating a neurodivergent personVisit Karen's website 👉 https://karendohertycoaching.co.uk/about/Support ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this week's episode, expect to learn 5 proven hacks for ADHD, what foods are terrible for ADHD, what foods are amazing for ADHD, a simple structure to improve productivity, where people with ADHD are going WRONG in their efforts to be more consistent, how to beat perfectionism, what supplements are amazing for ADHD, how to establish boundaries, how to remove shame and SO MUCH MORE!Amie Barlow is a leading ADHD advocate empowering women to break free from shame and achieve their full potential.Topics:00:00 Intro01:22 Simple structure to improve productivity04:58 Why ADHD entrepreneurs suffer from burnout, and how to manage it08:25 Do ADHD people struggle with consistency, and how to improve.10:25 Where are people with ADHD going wrong with their consistency11:43 Is perfectionism getting in the way of ADHDers achieving their goals13:33 What's your relationship like with masking?15:25 How undiagnosed ADHD affects romantic relationships16:31 What does RSD feel like?17:53 Why ADHD awareness creates good romantic relationships18:29 What a neurotypical needs to understand about an ADHD partner19:32 The importance of compatible love languages21:49 What supplements are good for ADHD22:20 What foods are terrible for ADHD23:29 What foods are amazing for ADHD24:52 Your ADHD item (oat biscuits!)26:36 Washing machine of woes30:01 How entrepreneurs can manage RSD34:52 How to easily establish boundaries36:36 What makes ADHD great entrepreneurs38:22 Why shame is huge emotion in the ADHD community40:00 How to take care of yourself40:57 Do you wish you didn't have ADHD43:47 Who's misunderstood your ADHD in the past?44:44 Early memories of feeling different45:24 Your most impulsive thing46:54 Closing adviceFollow Amie on Instagram 👉 https://www.instagram.com/amiebfit_/?hl=enSupport ADHD Chatter:LinkedIn 👉 https://bit.ly/3m1qm8QInstagram 👉 https://bit.ly/3KuNXIrTikTok 👉 https://bit.ly/3ZxZNGdThis episode has been produced for entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice or advice in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Adrian Crago-Graham

wow.. this is amazing

Mar 30th
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Adrian Crago-Graham

this is a fantastic. I just wish she didn't call out the mum but parents. it's dad's fault too

Jan 18th
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Chesca

9:30 yes. Using these things to quiet the chaos in your brain. ato finally have a space for no thoughts or less thoughts. To hear someone else say this is such a relief. I think another aspect is routine and I have kept this crutch even though it is. I longer doing the helpful job it did do, I'm keeping it now because it is indelibly linked into my daily routine that without it I am lost.

Sep 23rd
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