504 | September 2023 Live Q&A with ADHD reWired

Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for our monthly Live Q&A!  If you want to join us live on Zoom, go to adhdrewired.com/events to register!  You’ll also find bonus Q&As and can listen to this episode ad-free on Patreon when you become a Patron at $5.00 a month or more by going to adhdrewired.com/Patreon!   Questions/Topics: [00:02:39] A listener asks the panelists for advice on how to help others take steps to get an ADHD diagnosis [00:05:02] Discussing online assessments  [00:07:51] Red flags when seeking help for ADHD  [00:10:07] “How do you all overcome the difficulty of transitions? I know what needs to be done, but why does transitioning from one thing to another feel like such a chore?”  [00:12:17] Habit stacking and buffer space  [00:17:14] A listener chimes in with suggestions for overcoming the difficulty of transitions  [00:20:57] Resources, tips and tricks for a listener who was diagnosed with ADHD at 61 [00:24:52] A discussion about medication and side-effects [00:26:54] More resources and how coaching can help  [00:29:54] The multi-pronged approach to ADHD management  [00:35:53] “I am pretty burnt out at work, and I was given/voluntold to take 2 weeks of rest; I was wondering what can I do in these next two weeks to improve my burnout and ensure I continue to improve when I return so I don’t get burnt out again?”  [00:38:14] A helpful resource on burnout and processes of introspection  [00:44:51] Discussing health definitions and healthcare  [00:47:24] Tips and strategies to engage with self-care and being “ready” for self-care [00:49:58] “ADHD is a performance disorder.  We know what to do – that’s not the issue.  The issue is doing it.”  [00:52:03] Self-awareness, dealing with compounded shame, and trauma [00:57:45] “Do you have any suggestions on how to communicate with someone who doesn’t understand that the reason why I do something that doesn’t make sense to them, and defending my stance, how can I still show accountability and not be so defensive?   [01:00:43] Closing thoughts & announcements  Resources & Honorable Mentions ADHD reWired episode 342: Transitions and Balancing Work & Relationships with Adison Smith Book: Atomic Habits by James Clear Book: Still Distracted After All These Years by Kathleen G. Nadeau  Book: Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle by Emily Nagoski, PhD and Amelia Nagoski, DMA The ADHD Effect on Marriage by Melissa Orlov Website: The Gottman Institute at gottman.com The 6 Ways of Closing the Stress Cycle Loop (from Burnout by Emily & Amelia Nagoski): Physical Activity, Creativity, Laughing. Crying, Physical Affection, and Deep Breathing  “Burnout is… the nervous system and body taking the rest it needs by force.” – Brian Entler  “ADHD reWired Coaching is about iteration, reflection, feedback, and keep doing that over and over again.” – Eric Tivers “An ADHD diagnosis doesn’t change the past, but it does change our understanding of the past.”  “Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change.” – Brene Brown 🌟 Have you heard about our Adult Study Hall Community? Go to adultstudyhall.com to join our ADHD-friendly body-doubling community! 🌟 Interested in group coaching and want to take your ADHD management to the next level? Go to coachingrewired.com to get all the up-to-date information on the upcoming season of ADHD reWired’s award-winning Coaching & Accountability groups!

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