Many are struggling with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. They look for tactical solutions that were derived based on the appearance or presentation of ADHD. For some, it works. For many others, it doesn’t. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper interviews an individual he has coached and discloses new technology learned from Dr. Russell Barkley about the underlying factors of ADHD. In the interview, they talk about how the individual struggled with symptomatic, appearance-based solutions and the success they had using the new technology to problem-solve solutions that worked. The idea is really to compare and contrast the difference, as well as the success of understanding ADHD at its core and not just addressing superficial appearances. If the obvious strategies are not working for you, don’t miss this insightful episode.
Emotions are as much a part of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as attention is, according to Dr. Russell Barkley. In this episode we interview Stacey, play a prerecorded clip of her revealing her emotions, live and in the moment, and having difficulty regulating them. What we learn actually helps her to self-regulate her emotions. If you have ADHD, struggle with self-regulation, or are just an emotional being, you won’t want to miss this show. It is real, unplugged, and live… so real we couldn’t just make it up.
Those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder often struggle with procrastination. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (www.digcoaching.com) coaches a long-time listener named Greg on something he has procrastinated on. If you’ve ever wondered how the ADHD coaching paradigm looks, this is a show you won’t want to miss.