Diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 42, Judy Huth realized that a lot of her behaviors in life were due to her ADHD, rather than character flaws. Judy was also part of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.
In this conversation, you will hear Judy talk about her ADHD voyage, from childhood to adult diagnosis. In addition to talking about how ADHD impacts her life, she shares her interesting perspective, “It’s my responsibility, but not my fault.”
Judy was recently a member of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group and talks about the impact involvement in the group had on her life. According to Judy, one of the changes she implemented saves her an hour a day. One of the things Judy is struggling with right now is using her planner. At the end of this episode, Judy calls back in and talks about her progress with this perfectionism.
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[03:32] – Judy talks about the events that led to her ADHD diagnosis.
[06:51] – Judy shares that she was successful in school and explains why she believes she experienced this success.
[10:53] – Judy talks about her career path to this point and describes the professional tasks that are most difficult for her and the tasks that result in efficiency.
[20:15] – Judy shares details on her depression and her fibromyalgia.
[27:10] – Judy talks about her perspective, which gives her the ability to say, “It’s my responsibility, but not my fault.”
[28:30] – Judy talks her medication and its effects on her.
[30:15] – Judy shares her experience with the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group and talks about some improvements she’s seen in her life because of the group.
[36:15] – Judy talks about her depression.
[41:15] – Judy shares her thoughts on patterns and shares a personal story.
[50:07] – Judy talks about her eyesight and how bifocals helped her save an hour a day.
[55:13] – During the coaching group session, Judy and her husband decided to trade work spaces. This opened the door to a lot of labeling.
[59:06] – Judy’s planner has caused her to become paralyzed because of perfectionism.
[1:16:38] – Judy calls back in and talks about her progress with her planner.
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