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See in ADHD

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Talk radio that educates and influences by embracing our similarities and differences, exploring ADHD together, those who have it and those who don't.

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Cristina Favreau has returned to the scene and she is laser focused on what she wants to talk about. Her new show, set to air the week of August 3rd, will offer up an extravaganza of women with ADHD on a mission of ambition! Head-On... more

I have to admit, the reason I invited Jerry Arbs to do my show was because I'm a fan. I have been for a while now and once you see him in action I bet you'll be too. He's into photography, film, vlogging, and all the high-tech toys that come... more

I bet ya'll will agree with me that Whitney McCloud is one of the most charming people to listen to. She's the creator of craftingforpurpose.com a blog dedicated to the things that interest her: crafting, writing, connecting with others, helping... more

Jason Ross had a great idea. He wasn't finding what he was looking for in the way of financial self-help for people with ADHD so he created a blog devoted to just that. Jason is passionate about research and helping people with ADHD... more

My dear friend Agnes has gone off the deep end, taken the plunge, and with wild abandon reinvented her ... career! It's a pretty big deal. What inspires a high acheiving tech girl to leave corporate security and cross into the funtastic field of... more

Meet the compassionate genius behind the website and podcast Generosity Philosophy and creator of George the Generous Giraffe. Kim Trumbo shares with us her interests, frustrations, and other "works in progress". She also gives us... more

Mother's Day guilt plagues many moms with ADHD who already question if they are good enough. When reality is sometimes the laundry isn't done and sometimes dinner is bologna sandwiches, how do we embrace this day of... more

Kris Moauro (pronounced More-Oh) discovered he had ADHD at 36. No wonder he was always on the move. It was after his diagnosis when self-discovery and self-awareness inspired the creation of his company More Movement. As he... more

Although many with ADHD struggle to find and/or maintain employment, many do eventually design successful careers in areas of their strengths and interests. Eric Tivers did. As a licensed clinical social worker (and mastermind behind Tivers... more

Alyssa "Otter" Sheldon and I met on Facebook. She joined the See in ADHD FB group and told me of her plans. In this episode she shares them with all of us while also offering invaluable insight into how you can embrace your ADHD and... more

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