Episode 12: Learned Helplessness and ADHD
While running her Facebook Group, which is for smart, positive, ADHD women Tracy noticed that there were some brilliant women who just seemed stuck. They weren’t acknowledging or working in their area of brilliance and were just focused on what was not working.
Episode 11: Gifted and ADHD
Tracy talks about giftedness in this podcast. Learn what the term 2E or Twice Exceptional refers to and how it applies to ADHD.
Episode 10: Why Exercise Is So Important For The ADHD Brain
We all know that exercise is good for us – but can exercise take the place of ADHD meds? What we often don’t hear about is how exercise can help with focus, anxiety, mood, etc...
Episode 9: Practical Strategies for Being On Time and Better Planning
Listen as Tracy shares some hacks for developing Executive Function Skills. How can we create practical methods to get through day-to-day tasks? Can our brains learn executive functions skills?
Episode 8: Why Am I Always Late? ADHD And Time
You can't change anything until you know why you are the way you are. What if I told you that being late is nothing more than biology?
Episode 7: ADHD And Entrepreneurialism
Entrepreneurs and those with ADHD have some undeniable similarities. But could ADHD itself be the secret to their success?.
Episode 6: Managing Frustrations And Controlling Emotions
Today, I am talking about the executive function that involves emotion. It’s what helps us manage frustration and it gives us the ability to regulate our emotions.
Episode 5: ADHD & Medication
Tracy shares her experience with medication for her son and herself. When my son was diagnosed medication was the only thing recommended which didn’t feel right to us.
Episode 4: The One Trait That Everyone With ADHD Shares
Those with ADHD have a brain that’s wired differently, but we aren’t all the same. Tracy shares why she doesn't see her ADHD as a disorder.
Episode 3: Kids And ADHD, Why Their Journey Is Important To You
Tracy talks about the misconceptions about kids with ADHD and how her son wasn’t your “typical” ADHD kid. When teachers saw her son become “unmotivated” it was chalked up to laziness.