Are you ready to feel healthier, calmer and more balanced with your ADHD? Do you need help getting your emotional health, lifestyle and health on track but not sure where to begin? Perhaps you're newly diagnosed with ADHD and need some insights and perspectives on how you can turn your life around following this new discovery? In this new podcast, ADHD lifestyle & wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner, mum of four and ADHD herself, Kate Moryoussef will be having conversations with global experts, thought leaders, professionals and authors about how we can harness our wellbeing to work alongside our brains and enhance our lives as women with ADHD. So whether you're struggling with your nutrition, motivation to exercise, need help to calm your nervous system, struggle with anxiety, have found sleep difficult or simply looking for guidance on how to live a calmer and more balanced life - this podcast is for you. Kate will be bringing in a variety of guests and topics to help you live along... more
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I was diagnosed with ADHD in my 40’s. I see a therapist, read books and I was questioning whether I have ADHD until listening to your podcast because I can identify with so many symptoms. I can connect the dots in my career and personal life. Thank you!!!!!
what a waste of 20 minutes. im dosapppinted. the other episodes have been great. were the experts freely giving you their knowledge and information? because its now being charged through this package youre offering. as.someone who has struggled with pmdd, adhd, and autism -id give this all for free. knpwledge is power and of anyone shpuld be worried abot finances ot should be me. but theres no way id take/market for money from people suffering. and i do say suffering because i have and know soa... more
Just listened to the episode on 6th July with Dr Helen Read, I had booked an assessment with her practise for August already. Great convo, brillant questions Kate, amazing helpful info from Dr Read, thanks for helping us all…as I delve into this world more and more things are becoming clearer to me, and your podcast is so helpful for us mid life women who can now understand themselves better…😃
Kate has provided an educational space that feels like a cozy hug. I appreciate the length of the episodes. The content is delivered in a concise way that I can focus on. Tuning in feels like visiting a good friend. Thanks to Kate for creating this work!
Delighted to have found you Kate. I listened to the episode with Jodie Hill (my first episode) whilst trail running today and never have I thought “YES YES YES!” so much whilst listening to a pod’ - I feel like JH and I are twins. I LOVE the Qs you’re asking and have just enjoyed the episode on Ayurveda. As a podcaster myself I’m also enjoying that you’re giving me some ideas…such as the gratitude link 😉
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