The I Have ADHD Podcast is a clear, concise, and FUN podcast for adults with ADHD. Host Kristen Carder is an ADHD expert who has been supporting ADHDers for over a decade. Kristen began working with ADHD students in 2012 and transitioned to mindset coaching for ADHD adults in 2019. Let's just say she entered the ADHD field long before it was a trending topic on TikTok. Join Kristen to learn about how ADHD impacts every area of your life...from the boardroom to the bedroom...and how you can begin to overcome your symptoms by accepting who you are, flaws and all. This podcast is a mix of solo shows + interviews with the authors of all the dusty ADHD books sitting on your shelf: Dr. Barkley, Dr. Hallowell, Dr. Quinn, Dr. Ramsay, Sari Solden, Dr. Tuckman, and more! Binge-listen from the beginning, or start with the latest episode. Either way, it won't be waste of your time. Whether you're officially diagnosed, self-diagnosed, or just curious about ADHD, you're going to love this podcast...... more
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Have you noticed that your relationships look different than other people? Friendships and partnerships are harder for adults with ADHD, largely due to the fact that we’re highly sensitive to rejection. more
Over the past three episodes, we’ve been talking about the basics of ADHD and how you can live your best life with this neurodivergent condition. It’s a great beginner ADHD series for anyone who needs a refresher or is curious to learn more. more
Is ADHD a superpower? Is it not a superpower? We’ll talk about that today, in our “Getting Back to Basics” series, part 2. more
Kristen said 2 things that resonated with me: podcasts help people with ADHD get through mundane tasks, and people like her (and me) have a difficult time listening to long podcasts.
Podcasts that don't get to the point are a waste of time.
I found your podcast on Facebook. It was about perfectionism and I’ve been hooked ever since. I’ve begun to listen to all of your podcast from the beginning and I’ve enjoyed each one. Thank you so much.
The irony of this speaker talking about racism but completely neglecting to talk about the AAPI comnunity.
I was first diagnosed with ADHD in my early 30’s. No coaching just an Rx, just like you did. Then move to a different state, and needed to find new Dr and get my meds. New Dr changed meds. In my 40’s I really struggled with anxiety and depression, so new additional Rx. In the last year I had a Dr retire, and a new Dr move out of state who had also took me off my adhd med and changed my depression med. Now I’m with a new Dr, which put me back on my adhd meds, but no anxiety or depression med. Thi... more
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