So many of us adults with ADHD are walking around feeling ashamed of our symptoms and behaviors. Shame can be limiting and debilitating. I invite you to let go of shame and change your thinking so that you can begin to make positive changes in your life! Warning: I get super vulnerable in this episode.

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  • lindsie says:

    Hi! I am SO thrilled I found your podcasts a few weeks ago. I am 37 and was diagnosed with ADHD about 8 years ago. I was FINALLY diagnosed by my Primary Care doctor after having an “emotional explosion” in his office over GROCERY SHOPPING! I KNEW Something was wrong, but I wasn’t “sad” so the depression diagnosis never seemed right to me. I DID know I was completely overwhelmed and ONE of my biggest hurdles was our little ole GROCERY store LOL!
    After my diagnosis and medication it felt like I had been rummaging around in the attic of my brain looking for a match to light my candle and suddenly someone just flipped on the light switch. I felt “fixed!” for a little while. only recently, and with the help of your podcasts and blogs am I learning that the diagnosis and medication are just small pieces of this puzzle.
    You will be happy to know that since finding you I have made the appointment to begin with a therapists and life coach. I feel like I could sit and talk with you, someone WHO GETS IT, for hours!
    keep up the great work, you’re an inspiration and the life preserver I needed at this junction of my life.

    • Kristen says:

      Hey Bestie!!! Thanks for reaching out (and for the super kind words!!!) – I am so glad to hear that you are learning more about ADHD and that you’re working with a therapist and a coach! You are seriously going to be unstoppable! I am so proud of you. Come find me on Facebook or Instagram so we can literally be BFF’s ok?

      • Jennifer Jacobson says:

        Wow! This was a really powerful episode. It resonated with me on so many levels. I feel like I can finally start to let go of the deep sense of shame that I’ve felt for so many years. I can’t thank you enough for this. I have a sense that my life is about to chance drastically for the better!

  • Kim says:

    So many things that you said sound like me. I appreciate the time you put into this. Thanks!!

  • Guy says:

    Thank you so much for your great podcast is so nice I really become addict to it. Keep going!

    From israel:)

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