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This Week’s Episode:
This episode is the recording of April’s live Q&A. The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live. I am, once again, joined on this episode by Brendan Mahan. In this discussion, you will hear us discuss several topics, including asking for workplace accommodations, breastfeeding mothers unable to take ADHD medication, imposter syndrome, children “outgrowing” ADHD, and much more.
If you’re listening to this on the day it is published, you can listen to May’s live Q&A at 1:30pm Eastern. Join Brendan Mahan and me as we answer your questions live. You can register at http://ADHDreWired.com/events.
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- [06:28] – Brendan shares that he recently went to a sensory sensitive comic book convention.
- [09:34] – Marisol asks a question about inattentive type ADHD being somewhat rare and those with inattentive type ADHD displaying outbursts when someone disrupts their routine.
- [15:27] – Brendan says that people with ADHD struggle with flexible thinking, yet we excel at inspired improvisation.
- [19:46] – David asks for suggestions on workplace accommodations.
- [28:08] – Kenya is struggling with letter her husband help her set up schedules and routines.
- [42:10] – TK asks for advice for a breastfeeding mom unable to take ADHD medication.
- [47:47] – A listener says their child’s pediatrician stated children could outgrow ADHD. We discuss that this is true, and share some thoughts.
- [53:44] – A listener shares that her husband has ADHD, and she asks how she can help him with it being a positive experience.
- [1:00:48] – Sheila asks about artists who get stuck and don’t know how to move on. I share my own personal experience in this area.