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Attention Deficit Order

Attention Deficit Order

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This is a free-thinking, pot-smoking, media-loving podcast, based out of California. We watch and rate a ton of movies, tv shows, and video games. We also talk comics, books, technology, and whatever else catches our attention. Follow us here on Soundcloud, or we're on Stitcher and iTunes also. Join the Order!
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"Things work out until they don't." Ain't life a bitch? Maybe we should celebrate it nonetheless. Friends With Deficits is a fun, honest, and sometimes brutal exploration into the human condition, often over drinks. Host Adam Sultan talks with old friends and friends-to-be who are dealing with unusual, rare, or strange predicaments that bring life into focus. After all, we're all gonna die--would you like that with a twist?
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Productivity, Parenting, and Education for Moms with Adult ADHD Are you overwhelmed by the never-ending to do list of motherhood? Are you burnt out and barely keeping your head above water? Are you confused and frustrated by how all the other moms make it look so easy? And somehow you're still floundering despite trying even harder... Your purse is as overflowing as your mind, you never feel like a good enough mom, and you don't dare have anyone over to visit to witness your messy home. You ...
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Faith Deficit with Josh Bowman

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Faith Deficit with Josh Bowman is a weekly program that explores individual stories of faith, religion, and philosophy in an increasingly secular world. We speak with artists, musicians, faith leaders, comedians, writers, politicians, and business leaders to unveil what we’re never supposed to speak about in public: our spiritual beliefs – or lack thereof.
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For years, neurodivergent individuals have been told what to say, how to act, how to feel, what is okay or “appropriate” even when their body is sending them very different messages. Asking these individuals to conform and assimilate, disconnects them from their senses and body. As a result, most of our clients have lost connection to their own opinion or voice. They are actively masking their emotions, sensations, and voice. Many are scared to say the “wrong” thing all the time. The Differe ...
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DJ Hood Shaka Presents Attention Deficit Hood Analysis The Official Podcast Based On A Phone Blog Show Hood Shaka Stay Warrior Minded Stay Focused Stay Safe Support The Hood Attention Deficit Hood Analysis is an official Phone Blog starring DJ Hood Shaka. He discusses the forbidden topics of Hip Hop, Race, Politics, Religion and Whatever else that pops into the mind of a mental deranged person on a journey of discovery. Support The Hood Shaka Movement WARNING.! Hood Certified Support this po ...
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When you think of doing something for yourself, do you jump in with both feet? Or do you think about aaaaaaaaallllllll the reasons you shouldn’t? Meet my actual real-life friend, Tami Hackbarth, host of 100% Guilt-Free Self-Care. In this episode, Tami and I chat about an honest look at motherhood through the lens of ADHD. Tami shares: I am so excit…
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WOW! IT HAPPENED!!! The Motherhood in ADHD Podcast hit 1 million downloads!!! And it’s all because of you! Thank you, thank you, thank you! It’s because of you that we’ve made it this far :) And it goes to show HOW MANY OF US ADHD MOMS there are in the world. You’re not alone, clearly! I’ve been dreaming up how to celebrate with you for moooooonths…
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Meet my friend Bethany Lovern, host of Breastfeeding Relief with Bethany. In this episode, Bethany and I chat about struggles as a new mom, including breastfeeding, Postpartum Depression (PPD), Postpartum Anxiety (PPA), and Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex or D-MER. Bethany shares: In this episode, Patricia discusses how she struggled with her ADHD s…
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Miss Layla is an interdisciplinary artist and self-taught perfumer based in L.A. Her interest in fragrance and olfactive endeavors began as a small child when she learned how to cook and “taste shapes”. Later in life, Layla came to know that she had synesthesia, which she harnesses to her advantage when formulating perfume. After contracting COVID-…
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Struggling with sleep at your house? Today’s guest is Heather Erickson of Sleep and Beyond Consulting. Heather is a sleep coach that helps parents support their children for better sleep. No matter if you have a big kid who fights sleep or you’re pregnant with your first nugget, Heather shares a ton of strategies on how to make bedtime easier for e…
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Are you feeling anxious or lazy cuz you’re avoiding tasks you need or want to do? Do you want to achieve a big goal but think it isn’t realistic right now? What if you *never* get around to the big dreams you have? *cue PANIC* When you’ve spent years feeling like you’re procrastinating, being lazy, and not understanding why you can’t just do the th…
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How do you juggle growing professionally while also being a great mom and taking care of yourself? Meet today’s guest, Crystal Ware. Crystal and I dive into a dual episode that is being aired both on my podcast and on her podcast “Get Clear with Crystal Ware”. From discussing the struggles of balancing work and family, to offering advice on advocat…
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In this episode we give a little update on what is happening with our podcast since it's been a while since we have published an episode. We also have a discussion about the gifts, talents, contributions we see in neurodivergent people. The world is missing so much when the focus is on trying to "fix" people instead of looking at he unique gifts th…
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When you feel like a BIG loser and failure… Eryn asks for help: “I'm always disappointed in myself that when faced with one small obstacle, I give up and cave on everything I've worked so hard to build and then it takes me WEEKS just to summon the effort/courage to get back on track - whether with diet/exercise, my small business, supporting my hus…
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Recently, I discussed with 4 mom friends the point of Mother’s Day. Spoiler Alert: We all had differing opinions and none of us do the same things on Mother’s Day. While some dislike its baggage and some of us loved a day of being treated like a queen, we did agree that moms could all use a lot more care and rest. You deserve more than 1 day out of…
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Scared of meeting new people? Does small talk give you hives? If you want to make new mom friends, but aren’t sure what to do next, let’s hang out on today’s episode! Until recently, parties where I didn’t know anyone were scarier than any snake, clown, or ghost. As someone who’s been painfully shy my whole life, I never knew what to say or how to …
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When is it too late to get an ADHD diagnosis? For today’s guest, Tami Hackbarth, getting diagnosed with ADHD at age 53 was worth it. After years in the classroom working with copious ADHD children, Tami has plenty of strategies and tools to help those of us with neurodivergent brains. We dove into Tami’s journey of self-discovery, self-compassion, …
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We all know someone who has an emotionally immature parent. The one who lays on guilt trips. The one who never shows up. The one who struggles with demons bigger than their kids. Maybe it’s you. Maybe it’s your neighbor or your best friend. As a mom, it hits different. You see the pain, the nuance, the struggle a little more clearly. And yet you st…
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In this episode (part 2 of 2) I continue with an interview with Caroline Gaddy. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, please start there. Caroline is an Autistic SLP and AAC Solutions Consultant based in Virginia. She is also a disability advocate and neurodiversity educator who has presented at state and national conferences. She has worked in clinic…
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What “should” you have done already? Finish your degree? Pass your driver’s license test? Make that doctor’s appt? Left the house for school pickup? If you’re constantly thinking “I’m behind!”, this episode is for you. Often it’s literal, as in, “I’m 20 minutes late to my appointment!” But it’s also in the big things, like you “should” have more ki…
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In this episode (part 1 of 2) Debbie interviews Caroline Gaddy. Caroline is an Autistic SLP and AAC Solutions Consultant based in Virginia. She is also a disability advocate and neurodiversity educator who has presented at state and national conferences. She has worked in clinical and school-based settings as an SLP and teacher, and is passionate a…
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Do you ever feel like an emotional sponge, absorbing the feelings of others around you? Especially when you’re with someone you care about? Especially when you’re in certain parts of your cycle? Extra especially when they are agitated, frustrated, angry, or anxious? In this episode, we dive deep into understanding emotional regulation, stress manag…
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Sometimes you need a reminder that it’s okay to spend a little money on yourself, especially when the guilt of the last 3 wasteful impulse buys are still weighing on you. In this episode of Motherhood in ADHD, we're diving headfirst into why self-care is NOT selfish. I want you to know that putting yourself on the budget’s priority list is worth it…
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**Trigger Warning: Content Might be Sensitive to Some** In this episode (part 2 of 2) we continue with our interview with Matt Lowry. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, please start there. Matt is an autistic licensed psychological practitioner in Louisville, KY. He provides evaluations and therapy for children, teens and adults using a strengths-b…
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**Trigger Warning - May Contain Sensitive Material for Some** Today we are excited to share an interview we had with Matt Lowry. This will be part one of two episodes with Matt. Matt is an autistic licensed psychological practitioner in Louisville, KY. He provides evaluations and therapy for children, teens and adults using a strengths-based approa…
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In this episode (part 2 of 2) we continue with our interview with Martin Moxness. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, please start there. Martin is an autistic adult who lives in Denmark and is a successful Instagram and TikTok influencer - you can find him by searching A_Different_Spectrum. He uses his personal journey and unique perspective to edu…
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Life transformation coach and licensed psychotherapist Amanda Wallingsford discusses her journey with childhood trauma and recent family loss, and the tools she has used to mitigate PTSD, depression, and grief. Coaching Website: www.AlignandEmbody.com Book Website: www.EmbodyYourWorth.com Therapy Website: www.PositiveChangesCounseling.net Instagram…
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In this episode (part 1 of 2) we had the pleasure of interviewing Martin Moxness and we are so excited to share it with you. Martin is an autistic adult who lives in Denmark and is a successful Instagram and TikTok influencer. He also has a gift for music and photography. Martin is autistic and uses his platform to raise awareness of Autism, as wel…
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