A late diagnosis turned her world upside down. Join Katy Weber each week as she interviews other women who discovered they have ADHD in adulthood and are finally feeling like they understand who they are and how to best lean into their strengths, both professionally and personally.
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Such a great podcast to help you better understand your ADHD brain and feel more connected to neurodivergent women around the world. Thank you, Katy!
My son was diagnosed in 2005 by our family Doctor and I was told then I also had it (I was 41; he was 14). But it has been only recently that I have taken the time to study and learn more about how ADHD has affected/influenced my life. This podcast is helping so much. I am finding women that I can relate to which has been very difficult for me to find in my life. Thank you!
I find it helpful, but think it would be much more beneficial to listeners if the people interviewed were not all so accomplished, I really feel that would help some of us get more out of this if people who are still struggling to accomplish things, later in life.
I am a WOC in my thirties studying for the Bar. As a result of not being formally diagnosed I have had to advocate for myself as an adult which was very difficult. In Canada, diagnosis is very expensive ($3000-$5000) and a huge barrier to diagnosis. Ultimately, after 3 years I have finally secured accommodations. Thank you Katy for reminding me, I am a competent capable woman!
This podcast was recommended to me by a friend and fellow neurodivergent. I really wanted to like the show because the premise is really great-late diagnosed ADHD women, and all the challenges complications, beautiful happenings that come along with it. However, it seems the only women interviewed are in high power amazing careers, business owners, upper management, etc. It doesn’t seem to include “regular” women, so this podcast just isn’t for me.
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