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ADHD and Avoidance

As ADHD adults, we are masters at finding ways to not do what we know we ought to do. We often think the problem is procrastination, but procrastination is not a helpful description of what is actually happening for us. In this episode, Cam and...

ADHD and Sleep (pt. 1)

Adults with ADHD are significantly more likely to have problems with sleep than the general population, and to make matters worse our ADHD gets in the way of being able to create change around sleep. This week, Cam and Shelly discuss how listeners...

ADHD, Hyperfocus, and Flow State

As adults with ADHD we often have a black or white view of hyperfocus. On one hand we see it as a powerful elixir or superpower that allows us incredible focus and productivity. On the other, we know that hyperfocus can distract us from what is...

Distinguishing ADHD and Time Management

As adults with ADHD we often view time as the enemy, because many of the effects of ADHD look like poor time management. Today, Shelly discusses her experience working with neurotypical adults and adults with ADHD in the areas of time management and...

ADHD and Experiencing Time

Those of us with ADHD experience time differently. To complicate matters, our perception of time can vary based on individual ADHD manifestation and a number of outside factors. Today Cam and Shelly discuss some of the ways in which they and their...

ADHD and Doing What Matters

As adults with ADHD we respond well to urgency, but not necessarily to importance. This often leads to us failing to act on the things that are important to us but will never be urgent; items such as career and business goals, self care goals, and...

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