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    The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast

    Are you ready to feel healthier, calmer and more balanced alongside your ADHD? Do you need help getting your emotional health, lifestyle and health on track but unsure 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 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 well-being 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 are simply looking for guidance on how to live a calmer and more balanced life - this podcast is for you. Kate brings in expert guests and fascinating topics to help you live alongside your ADHD with more awareness, self-compassion and acceptance - no more self-criticism, judgement or blame - just honest, straight-talking conversations to help you live a kinder and more authentic life.
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    Becoming a Novelist and Writing Books with ADHD

    Becoming a Novelist and Writing Books with ADHD

    Writing highly acclaimed books for a living is no mean feat, but when you drop ADHD into the mix, it's something even more impressive.

    On today's episode, I talk to Kate Spencer, the best-selling author of In a New York Minute, The Dead Moms Club and her recently released novel, One Last Summer. We discuss the specific challenges ADHD provides when being an author and specifically discuss the notion of internal pressure, self-esteem, procrastination and judging our own productivity.

    Kate's work has been published by The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Esquire, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Buzzfeed, and numerous other places. Previously, she was a senior editor and producer at VH1 and co-host of the popular podcast, Forever35. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.

    On this episode of the ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Kate discuss:

    • Switching between tasks and adjusting to ADHD
    • Managing your internal pressure and workload
    • Being creative and writing with ADHD
    • Finding your unique methods of productivity
    • Realising your high expectations of yourself
    • Normalising ADHD procrastination
    • Journeying with ADHD medication

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    The ' Power Pauses' That Can IMPROVE Your ADHD, Brain Health and Your Life!

    The ' Power Pauses' That Can IMPROVE Your ADHD, Brain Health and Your Life!

    Check out all my free resources and on-demand workshops on my website here

    Is our ADHD 'hackable'? Can we create new ways of thinking and being to make living with ADHD easier? We get curious about these topics in this week's episode, with guest, Alex Campbell, an ADHD specialist, psychotherapist and coach.

    Alex dedicates his life to helping others understand and thrive with neurodiversity. His portfolio career spans film & television, international business development and non-profit operations.

    During today's episode, Alex and Kate talk about:

    • Reframing our old ADHD stories and beliefs
    • Seeing the genius in our old workarounds and scaffolding
    • Leaning into our 'new' strengths
    • Making life work better for us on our terms
    • What is "working memory"
    • Sprinting marathons and ADHD burnout
    • The ADHD Working Memory
    • How we respond to our wins
    • Using self-compassion every day
    • The benefits of working with an ADHD coach
    • Thriving with our speedy brains and using our working memory in a way that works for us
    • Taking a compassionate, systematic pause

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    Dyselxia and ADHD - The ALMIGHTY Connection!

    Dyselxia and ADHD - The ALMIGHTY Connection!

    Check out all of Kate's online ADHD on-demand resources here.

    Did you know that many people who have been diagnosed with dyslexia, even in childhood, may also be living with undiagnosed ADHD? ADHD and dyslexia are distinct conditions that frequently overlap, confusing the nature of these two conditions. It is (very cautiously) estimated that 30% of those with dyslexia have coexisting ADHD. Neurodiversity experts now believe that neurodivergence NEVER travels alone, meaning that there will always be at least another coexisting condition.

    So, if you have an ADHD diagnosis, there's a high chance of another overlapping neurodiversity, such as dyslexia, autism, dyscalculia and vice versa. ADHD doesn't cause dyslexia; it's simply a co-existing trait. Likewise, if you have a dyslexia diagnosis, get curious about whether ADHD may also be in the mix, especially if you have suffered from other issues such as overthinking, anxiety, RSD or PMDD.

    This week's guest is Natalie Brooks, founder of Dyslexia in Adults, a company that aims to help ambitious dyslexic adults thrive in the workplace.

    On this episode of The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Natalie speak about:

    • Natalie's experience of growing up with dyslexia
    • Natalie's dyslexia and undiagnosed ADHD journey
    • The interplay of ADHD and Dyslexia
    • Looking at the intersectionality of neurodiversity
    • Taking a more holistic approach to diagnosis
    • How dyslexia shows up for different people
    • What you can ask for at work when you have dyslexia
    • Dealing with other people's expectations of you when you are Dyslexic
    • Natalie's dyslexic role models

    Get access to Natalie's free download: Decode Dyslexia at Work here >> https://dyslexiainadults.myflodesk.com/bwxf930nns

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    ADHD Addictive Behaviours, Compulsive Eating and Obesity

    ADHD Addictive Behaviours, Compulsive Eating and Obesity

    Today’s guest is Toni Russo, a specialist nurse with 20+ years of practice in obesity management. Toni was diagnosed with ADHD a year ago and is now passionate about creating more awareness around ADHD and obesity.

    In this week's ADHD Women's Wellbeing episode, Toni and Kate speak about:

    • Toni's ADHD diagnosis story
    • How Toni's has tweaked her life since her ADHD diagnosis
    • The ADHD support group and connection Toni has found helpful
    • Why there could be a link between undiagnosed ADHD, the compulsion/addictive tendencies and obesity
    • The power of simple ADHD screening in different medical areas
    • Unhelpful comments from medical professionals and how to deal with them
    • How medical professionals can help their ADHD patients

    Access my all online ADHD Wellbeing resources here: adhdwomenswellbeing.co.uk

    What you Need Know About the ADHD Gut-Brain Connection

    What you Need Know About the ADHD Gut-Brain Connection

    Despite many of us feeling challenged by undiagnosed ADHD for most of our lives, there is also a way to thrive alongside our ADHD. On today's episode, I talk to Dr Miguel Toribio-Mateas, known affectionately as "The Creative Scientist," a distinguished clinical neuroscientist and nutrition researcher in the UK.

    His expertise centres on the intricate gut-brain connection, drawing on a rich, real-world scientific foundation rather than purely academic pursuits. Dr. Miguel's academic journey includes degrees in Nutritional Medicine and Clinical Neuroscience, culminating in a Doctorate focused on Mental Health and the Gut Microbiome.

    Navigating life with ADHD and autism, Dr Miguel possesses a deep, personal understanding of the specific dietary needs of neurodivergent individuals. He emphasises the critical role of dietary choices in enhancing executive functioning, sensory processing, and emotional regulation.

    His philosophy is captured in his words: “By understanding and addressing the nuanced relationships between what we eat and how our brains operate, we empower ourselves to make choices that not only nourish our bodies but also support our neurodivergent minds in navigating daily tasks and interactions more smoothly.”

    On today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Dr Miguel and Kate spoke about:

    • Miguel's journey to his ADHD diagnosis
    • Bringing a more feminine softer energy to science
    • The relationship between the gut and the Brain
    • ADHD and disordered eating
    • ADHD tendencies toward extreme behaviour
    • Having self-compassion around your diet and what you eat
    • How self-compassion can actually help your gut health
    • Identifying sources of rejection sensitivity dysphoria

    Dr Miguel offers personalized clinical consultations and has crafted a comprehensive course titled "Thrive with ADHD," available at drmiguelmateas.com/thrive-with-adhd-course. To discover more about his transformative work and offerings, visit drmiguelmateas.com or connect with him through social media for further insights.

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    Fun, Failures and F**k Ups - Do what you LOVE and want to WORK hard for with Andrea McDowell

    Fun, Failures and F**k Ups - Do what you LOVE and want to WORK hard for with Andrea McDowell

    Join me for my new group coaching Ask Me Anything four-session programme beginning on 27th June - all details are here

    When we finally understand how our ADHD can help us to succeed, we can lean into it. But it can feel so challenging when we're in the dark and have no idea why we keep hitting the same obstacles.

    We discuss this on today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast with guest Andrea McDowell, who also says it sometimes involves winging it and pivoting, even when we're terrified we may fail. Andrea believes in saying yes, winging it and finding the team to help!

    After closing her original business, Andrea poured her heart and soul into her garden to support her mental well-being and give her something to focus on during this time. This eventually became her next venture, Dahlia Beach—a Plant Your Own Flower Garden based in Oxfordshire.

    During today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast episode, I chat with the inspiring Andrea all about:

    • Being a multi-passionate ADHD entrepreneur
    • Seeing gaps in the market
    • Owning our failures, why we shouldn't be afraid to fail and accepting the mistakes we make
    • Following our dreams with ADHD and harnessing our ADHD traits
    • Being a maverick and staying true to our convictions
    • Using hyper-focus to flourish and being brave in our choices
    • Discovering ADHD and Perimenopause
    • Using HRT to help her perimenopause symptoms
    • Admin breakdowns in business and finding people to help fill the gaps
    • Creating an ADHD-friendly business

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    Using EFT Tapping to Help Ourselves AND Our Kids

    Using EFT Tapping to Help Ourselves AND Our Kids

    As many of you who have followed me for a while will know, EFT or tapping is something I talk about a lot!

    I began my training in 2019 and continue to use tapping on myself, my kids and many of my clients most weeks. I have combined EFT in many of my workshops, and I love making tapping as accessible as possible for all of my community.

    I'm always blown away by the results and how effective a short amount of tapping can be. And on this week's episode, I have Pearl Lopian, a Psychotherapist, EFT Master Trainer and Practitioner with over fifteen years of experience. Pearl is also my teacher and mentor and is a true expert in this field. Early on, I noticed how powerful using tapping can be for the ADHD brain and nervous system and I'm delighted to bring this powerful conversation to the podcast.

    If you're intrigued about using EFT for ADHD traits such as RSD, overwhelm, anxiety, self-doubt, stepping into your potential or overthinking, Kate has free tap-along videos here and lots of resources on her website here. Kate also wrote an article on ADHD and EFT for ADDitude, have a read here.

    Tapping is also wonderful for children and very safe.

    On this episode of The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Pearl speak about:

    • What Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is
    • How you can utilise EFT in your daily life
    • Using EFT to help your ADHD children and loved ones
    • Calming the ADHD nervous system using tapping
    • Releasing trauma using tapping
    • Using EFT to aid your healing inner child work
    • How EFT can help your relationships

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    How to Live a Well Lived Life with Dr Gladys McGarey

    How to Live a Well Lived Life with Dr Gladys McGarey

    It's not often you get to seek the wisdom of a 102-year-old, but when it's a neurodivergent doctor and life coach, you know you're in for a profound conversation. She tells me her secrets to a fulfilled life of gratitude, acceptance and authenticity.

    I was absolutely honoured to speak with the inspiring and fascinating Dr Gladys McGarey, who was 102 years old at the time of her new book’s publication. I read her wonderful book, A Well-Lived Life, and loved every page and the spiritual wisdom she shared—I had many epiphanies after each chapter.

    After spotting the signs of a neurodivergent brain—she shares her dyslexia, learning, and education journey—I knew I had to reach out to her team and ask her to join the podcast!

    During our conversation, Dr Gladys shared her story of being held back in her early years of education due to undiagnosed dyslexia and how, through her different learning styles and curiosity, she is now recognised as a pioneer of the allopathic and holistic medical movements and a founding diplomat of the American Board of Holistic Medicine.

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    Retraining our Brains to Thrive: Chronic Conditions, Pain, Trauma and ADHD

    Retraining our Brains to Thrive: Chronic Conditions, Pain, Trauma and ADHD

    Join my Summer 'Ask Me Anything' ADHD Group Coaching programme here

    This week's guest is Ashok Gupta, who has dedicated his life and career to supporting people through chronic illness and trauma and helping them achieve their potential.

    Ashok suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome around 25 years ago when he was studying at Cambridge University. Through neurological research, he managed to get himself 100% better. He then set up a clinic to treat others and published the well-known neuroplasticity “limbic retraining” recovery program and app known as the Gupta Program in 2007.

    He has published several medical papers, including randomized controlled trials on Long Covid, ME/CFS, and fibromyalgia, showing that the treatment is effective, and he is continually researching these conditions

    On this week's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Ashok and Kate speak about:

    • Ashok's Chronic Fatigue story and recovery
    • Aspects of your surroundings that can affect chronic diseases
    • The importance of calming the nervous system
    • The body's fear response system
    • How your early childhood experiences or trauma can impact your fear response
    • Nature vs nurture on the brains development
    • Neuroplasticity and retraining our brains to thrive
    • How your fear and threat response could interplay with ADHD
    • Ashok's program to work on your neuroplasticity

    I speak about my conversation with Dr Jessica Eccles on this episode; here is the link if you'd like to listen back.

    Here is the ADHD Nervous System Regulation Series I mentioned in the episode

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    Are you ready to make small shifts to create BIG changes?!

    Are you ready to make small shifts to create BIG changes?!

    If you don't know already, i'm so passionate about lifting up, empowering, supporting, guiding and cheerleading ADHD women and today, I share with you some passionate motivation for you if you're having a trickier time.

    • Are you sick of talking about changing your life yet not doing anything about it?
    • Perhaps you're in a constant state of overwhelm and don't know where to begin?
    • Maybe you've been recently diagnosed with ADHD and know this could be the beginning of writing a new chapter in your life?
    • Are you ready to make some significant life changes?

    If you're saying YES, this excerpt from my Tapping into Your ADHD Gold could be precisely what you need!

    If you enjoy this short episode, you can purchase the complete 'Tapping into Your ADHD Gold' masterclass here.

    or

    if you want some summer LIVE accountability, support, connection and guidance, join my Live Group Coaching Summer Programme here!

    Stepping into our desires feels scary, especially when navigating a new understanding of brains. I hope this snippet from my 'Tapping into Your ADHD Gold' workshop may help you move from fear and frustration to freedom and flourishing.

    During today's episode, I talk about:

    • Unpacking the nervous system and fear
    • Feelings of fear of the body
    • Blocking success
    • Scarcity mentality
    • How our brain keeps us safe by not stepping into our desires/service
    • How we hold ourselves back
    • Reframing what we want to offer
    • Making money while being in our purpose
    • Protecting ourselves from old stories and beliefs
    • Cracking ourselves open, feeling fear and stepping out of our comfort zone
    • Failure and using it as our lesson
    • Resilience

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    The Spiritual Technology and Wisdom to Transform Lives

    The Spiritual Technology and Wisdom to Transform Lives

    Today, I'm sharing a very personal passion and deeply spiritual interest of mine, Kabbalah. I have been studying this transformational spiritual technology and wisdom on and off for over ten years but only recently have dedicated many hours to learning more to help me feel more at peace and purposeful in my life. It has also helped me with countless tools and practices to self-regulate, calm and profoundly accept myself while offering me different perspectives to feel more at peace with where I am right now. I use these shifts in my relationships and friendships, my business, my coaching clients and throughout daily my existence. To say it's been a life-changing shift is an understatement!

    And this week's guest is David Ghiyam, one of the teachers at the Kabbalah Centre and someone I have learnt a lot from. He has given over 20,000 hours of personal, spiritual, and entrepreneurial coaching and 1000 seminars utilizing the universal wisdom of Kabbalah. His passion is to bring value wherever he can to help others achieve a fulfilling life. He gave a MasterClass encompassing those teachings at www.KabbalahOne.com.

    David also hosts one of the world's top spiritual podcasts, Weekly Energy Boost, with over 2M downloads. David brought his experiences through helping others to co-found MaryRuth's () with his wife MaryRuth, a category leader in vegan liquid vitamins and gummies and a trusted brand among millions of parents for kids' health nationwide.

    On today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and David speak about:

    • What Kabbalah is and how we can use it's tool in our daily life
    • How to use the Kabbalah practices as a neurodivergent person
    • Creating more clarity, certainty and self-compassion in our daily lives
    • How to take the pressure off yourself and self-regulate
    • Elevating and expanding our consciousness and creating more positive energy
    • Learning to welcome and appreciate the difficulties in your life
    • Re-framing anxiety in your life
    • How to let go of heavy energy such as guilt and shame
    • Tackling our limiting belief systems about your life
    • Understanding our different life challenges to help us transform, repair and grow

    You can find out more about David on his Instagram, @davidghiyam.

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    The TOP 5 Supplements to Take for ADHD

    The TOP 5 Supplements to Take for ADHD

    Join Kate's Live Group Coaching Summer Programme here!

    Are you curious about the best supplements for ADHD? If so, this week's episode will interest you!

    This week’s guest is Kelly Rompel. Kelly is a pharmacist, author, and Functional Medicine and Epigenetic Consultant. She is the author of “Don’t Tell Me To Relax”, host of the Rebel Whitecoat Podcast, and founder of Wildroots Wellness.

    Kelly's holistic approach combines her knowledge of pharmacy and science with her love for functional medicine, epigenetics, and energy healing.

    During this week's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Wisdom episode, Kate and Kelly speak about: 

    • How epigenetics can play into your ADHD
    • Genetic testing and ADHD
    • Foods and supplements you can incorporate to manage ADHD
    • Blood sugar level management
    • Helping our anxiety through diet change and lifestyle
    • Increasing GABA and serotonin levels
    • The BEST supplements for ADHD
    • Taking a holistic and well-rounded approach to your health
    • How Kelly came to learn about epigenetics

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    From Addiction and Impulsivity to Becoming an ADHD Movement Mentor!

    From Addiction and Impulsivity to Becoming an ADHD Movement Mentor!

    Learn more about Kate's 'Summer Live ADHD Ask-Me-Anything Programme' here.

    This week, we have Rosie Turner, founder of ADHD Untangled, on the podcast, and she tells me her story, which combines addiction, impulsivity, and restlessness, to becoming a yoga instructor, lover of exercise and now a certified ADHD coach.

    Rosie's journey into ADHD coaching is deeply personal. Following her late ADHD diagnosis, she embarked on a path of self-discovery, having grappled with chaos, addiction, burnout and mental health struggles.

    Rosie’s big U-turn came after life-altering events led her to run the London Marathon in honour of a friend who she lost due to mental health struggles.

    Rosie’s ADHD diagnosis gave her an understanding of why she was unable to find her place in the world. From then on, she made a promise to herself to spend the rest of her life doing everything she could to support those with ADHD to turn their own story of struggle into a story of strength.

    On today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Rosie speak about:

    • Rosie's chaotic life before her ADHD diagnosis
    • How Rosie started her yoga journey
    • Rosie's journey to enjoying running and movement and how this began to change her life
    • The deep connection between exercise and meditation to calming her ADHD
    • Rosie's addictive patterns, including how this impacted her exercise routine
    • How to maintain novelty and motivation with exercise and movement
    • Changing up our routines to help create motivation
    • Understanding and being aware of our individual brains
    • The shame we hold and letting it go to move forward with more balance and self-acceptance
    • Having a deeper why for having a healthier routine to combat the challenging days
    • Rosie's new ADHD coaching practice

    Connect with Rosie, her coaching work and podcast here

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

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    Finding ADHD Movement that Works For You

    Finding ADHD Movement that Works For You

    “We can learn so much from the movement we choose...it's really just a journey."

    In this week’s episode, my guest is Karen Broda, a fitness and mindset coach who shows you "how" to enjoy movement alongside your ADHD, while uncovering the self-sabotaging beliefs that keep you stuck in the same negative cycle—without any results. Discover how to create an ADHD structure and a system to implement daily movement that feels fun and accessible without the dread!

    On today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, we talked about:

    • Understanding how movement can help settle an ADHD brain
    • Stepping out of the shoulds with regards to exercise and finding the thing that works for you
    • The blocks that prevent us from enjoying exercise
    • ADHD-friendly movement
    • Structure and ADHD
    • Having fun and finding the type of movement that works for you
    • The foundations of a good movement practice
    • Finding your joy in movement
    • Going back to what FEELS good

    Practicing Low-Demand Parenting with ADHD

    Practicing Low-Demand Parenting with ADHD

    Before starting today's episode, why not check out Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here?

    Ever since reading about the concept of 'low-demand parenting,' which is helping many neurodivergent parents regulate their neurodivergent kids, I've been desperate to talk about this on the podcast. It was a revelation to learn that there is an actual practice where we can intentionally drop the external pressures and societal conditioning and intuitively parent our children according to their needs, energy, and nervous systems.

    I'm delighted to welcome this week's guest, Amanda Diekman, an autistic adult, parent coach, and author in the neurodiversity space. We discuss dropping demands, restoring calm, and finding connections with our children.

    Amanda became a leading voice in the movement for low-demand parenting practices with her book Low Demand Parenting, published in July 2023.  She lives with her husband and three neurodivergent children in an intentional community in Durham, NC.

    On today's episode of the ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Amanda and Kate spoke about:

    • Amanda's son's autism diagnosis journey
    • What it means to be a 'low-demand parent'
    • Re-defining how you want to parent
    • Abeism - what does this look like
    • Letting go of parenting demands, habits or standards that aren't benefiting you
    • Releasing all the expectations, pressures, shoulds and conditioning to help create a calmer environment for our family
    • Things you can drop or change to make parenting easier for you
    • Making communication safe for your autistic or neurodivergent child
    • What it means to 'un-school'
    • Dealing with systems and schools as a neurodivergent parent
    • Asking for accommodations for you and your children

    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    How To Ask For Help At Work and Reduce Burnout with Leanne Maskell

    How To Ask For Help At Work and Reduce Burnout with Leanne Maskell

    If you're currently feeling overwhelmed and burnt out, join me for a new live workshop on Friday, 24th May, at 1 p.m. All details are here.

    On today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing 'Wisdom' we have the incredible Leanne Maskell. Leanne is an ADHD coach, author, and activist, having presented to the World Health Organization on improving global access to support for ADHD. 

    Previously working in mental health and disability law, Leanne set up ADHD Works to empower as many people as possible to learn how to make ADHD work for them through courses, talks, and coaching. After being diagnosed with ADHD aged 25, Leanne published three books, including ‘ADHD: an A to Z’.

    During today's conversation, Kate and Leanne talk about

    • Advocating for adjustments in the workplace
    • Masking ADHD in the workplace
    • Talking about your ADHD diagnosis at work
    • Reasonable diversity adjustments, training and policies in the workplace
    • Corporate neurodiversity
    • Celebrating achievements alongside RSD
    • Knowing our rights within the workplace
    • Leanne's books, coaching and courses
    • Burnout and our ADHD brains
    • Advocacy and our sense of social justice
    • How Leanne changed her relationship with social media
    • The power of ADHD coaching

    Also my new four-part workshop series, Regulating Your ADHD Nervous System, is available here.

    Have a read of Kate’s articles in ADDitude magazine here

    ADHD Parenting Rage and Emotional Dysregulation

    ADHD Parenting Rage and Emotional Dysregulation

    Check out Kate's brand-new workshops and resources here.

    No matter how much you love your children, any parent will admit that you have had a moment (or several!) of 'mom rage', and if this is you, I hope this conversation will help you release some of the shame you may feel. Not only do we focus on this, but we also discuss the compassion we need to show ourselves and discuss all the many moving parts of losing our sh*t as parents, including emotional dysregulation, overwhelm, resentment, society and perimenopause. I hope you find this conversation inclusive, helpful, healing, funny and relatable. And listen out for the very last few minutes, where we address some key practical tools to helping anyone out who feels this emotional dysregulation most days.

    This week's guest is Minna Dubin, the author of MOM RAGE: The Everyday Crisis of Modern Motherhood (Seal Press).

    Her writing has been featured in the New York Times, The Sunday Times Magazine, Oprah Daily, Salon, Parents, Romper, and elsewhere. As a leading feminist voice on 'Mom Rage', Minna has appeared on MSNBC, Good Morning America, The Tamron Hall Show, The BBC Woman’s Hour, and NPR. She lives in Berkeley with her husband, two kids, and no pets because enough is enough.

    On this episode of the ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Minna and Kate speak about:

    • The mental load of being a parent
    • Allowing yourself to feel your anger
    • Processing anger in a positive way
    • Parenting overwhelm
    • Shame about our emotional dysregulation
    • Conforming to social expectations
    • Working hard to keep regulated
    • The build-up of anger and resentment
    • Creating a support system for yourself
    • Letting go of martyrdom and allowing in self-compassion
    • Asking for help with parental tasks
    • Parenting neurodivergent children and the complexities
    • Being an adult without talking about kids

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    Look at some of Kate's ADHD workshops and free resources here.

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

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    The Cerebellum and ADHD - what we need to know!

    The Cerebellum and ADHD - what we need to know!

    Check out all of Kate's latest workshops and resources here

    Did you know that we can create new neural pathways using neuroplasticity by activating a part of the brain called the cerebellum? Enhancing this part of our brain - over the pre-frontal cortex - can ease and lessen our ADHD symptoms and create a more effortless daily life.

    This week's guest is Wynford Dore, an entrepreneur on a mission to change the lives of one million children. Wynford is the founder of Zing Brain Development programmes, and for the last twenty years, He has focused on changing the world, one brain at a time. He's funded many research projects and now works with the leading academics to determine the best solutions that successfully accelerate and develop learning in the brain—which finds our hidden potential and increases mental capacity…. including creating greater, stronger emotional regulation.

    During today's episode of The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Wynford talked about:

    • What is the cerebellum and why is it so important to neurodivergence
    • How can we stimulate and activate the cerebellum
    • Stepping out of our thinking brain, the pre-frontal cortex and executive thinking and using the cerebellum more
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    • Wynford's Zing programme to help people activate their cerebellum
    • Activities and ways to help activate the cerebellum

    Check out Kate's latest workshop and resources here

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

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    Healing Money Trauma and Becoming Financially Resilient

    Healing Money Trauma and Becoming Financially Resilient

    Healing from financial abuse or trauma can feel scary. Our nervous system may have been used to being hypervigilant and disempowered around money due to generational trauma and not understanding our neurodivergence. Many of us don't understand the energy of money, and so much shame can be attached to our sense of self, self-worth and our unconscious relationship to money.

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    In this episode of the ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Catherine and Kate speak about:

    • The connection between your nervous system and your wealth
    • Why practising gratitude can increase your ability to hold money
    • How to explore your past family trauma around money
    • Letting go of old beliefs you have about your ability to make money
    • Catherine's mission is to empower women to hold and attract wealth
    • How Catherine came to her diagnosis of ADHD
    • Understanding our financial core beliefs and healing for the next generation
    • Using somatic practices to heal from financial trauma
    • Her inspiring journey to want to help women with their finances
    • What financial control and abuse can look like

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    Check out Kate's latest workshop and resources here

    Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner who helps overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity, and clarity. 

    Follow the podcast on Instagram here.

    Follow Kate on Instagram here.

    Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here.

    Creating a FUN and fulfilling ADHD career - yes, it is possible!

    Creating a FUN and fulfilling ADHD career - yes, it is possible!

    Looking for a fulfilling and fun career that doesn't lead to burnout and boredom, with full awareness of your ADHD? Amanda Perry is the person to listen to and this clip is as wise as they get!

    As many of us know, overworking and not prioritising our mental health can be a trait many of us relate to - this may have been a pattern your undiagnosed self fell into for many years.

    We discuss this with guest Amanda Perry, a serial entrepreneur and ADHD advocate. Following her diagnosis in 2020, she realized she had built a prison instead of a business, so she set about creating a life that worked WITH her brain instead of against it. She now helps other founders create their own version of success, balancing the value of time, energy, and money.

    In today's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Amanda talked about:

    • Getting clear on your values so you can create a career that includes them
    • Deciding how you want your work to make you feel
    • Non-negotiable values for our ADHD careers
    • Having fun, creating systems and making money!
    • Amanda's journey in business being undiagnosed ADHD
    • Creating ADHD-friendly systems to make life easier
    • Having the courage to change and pivot in business
    • Upper limiting ourselves as self-protection
    • Putting our nervous system first
    • Having autonomy over your mental health

    Have a look at some of Kate's workshops and free resources here.

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    Have a read of Kate’s articles in ADDitude magazine here

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