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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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My podcast isn't about just finding new people to explore the topic of ADHD with. It's more than that, it's about creating community, a family. Occasionally, people ask me, which is the best episode to listen to? But like family, to me, they are... more

Join her Blabathon HERE NOW Charlene Long is the loving force behind Autism as a Whole. She joins me in this episode to talk about how many of the spectrum conditions like ADHD, like Autism, usually come with co-existing conditions. In... more

Rick Green says he's no ADHD expert; however, I question that. After all, isn't an expert someone who knows virtually everything there is to know on a subject? How he came to know just SO much about ADHD is his journey and I'm thrilled... more

Replay * 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... more

Sean Wallace read an article of mine, The Process of ADHD. I had shared it on my FB page. His response was so powerful I asked him to come on the show and share it with you. Here is an excerpt from his original post: "I was diagnosed... more

Andrew Akre was diagnosed with ADHD in grade school. His experience offers him a unique view, which he uses to help his ADHD clients. As an ADHD Coach, he knows the difference between the pitfalls that come from... more

Alan Brown is an ADHD coach and a brain-hack productivity master. From overcoming drug addiction to mega-success in corpoarte advertising to giving a Ted Talk and creating his own brand at CrusherTV, Alan is proof that ADHD... more

Brett Thornhill is a fellow ADHD Coach whom I met at the 2015 CHADD Conference in New Orleans, Louisianna. I asked him on the show because he's an ispiration and I believe his is a story worth sharing. He was diagnosed... more

Guess what Carl Jung, Albert Einstein, and Napoleon Hill all have in common? They inspired Candace Kinlaw to begin affecting positive change by empowering women. I happened to catch her first Periscope session on Twitter and... more

As is the case with many people with ADHD, Charley Burt is successful, smart, funny, and compassionate. But she doesn't just have ADHD. Companion conditions typically co-exist with ADHD, and in Charley's case, her special... more

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