How ADHD can show up in various ways of our life
Welcome back to the new series of The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast!
This week’s guest is Grace Timothy, a writer previously of Vogue and Glamour, and the author of Lost in Motherhood. Grace was diagnosed with ADHD in 2021 and since then has launched the Is It My ADHD podcast to explore the lived experience of ADHD with a variety of guests.
During this episode of the podcast, Kate and Grace spoke about:
- The unusual way Grace's diagnosis came about
- Selective hearing and ADHD
- Memory retention and auditory learning
- How anxiety can manifest when we have no idea we're anxious
- Dealing with a late ADHD diagnosis
- Using our ADHD awareness and making life choices
- Managing our energy levels to help prevent burnout
- Navigating your own needs whilst parenting
- How to deal with your workplace post-diagnosis
- ADHD manifesting as health anxiety, hypervigilance and anxious thoughts
- Dealing with a crisis with ADHD
- Using humour to get past stressful situations
- How the positives of ADHD have helped us
- Understanding how to work and thrive after an ADHD diagnosis
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Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity in their lives.
By using Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/tapping) in her coaching practice, Kate guides more ADHD women to rediscover their inner voice, 'tap' into their expansive wisdom and potential, fulfil their desires and realise themselves outside of the overwhelm, inner pressure and family dynamic. She is also a mum to four children - some of which also have ADHD.
Have a read of Kate’s articles in ADDitude magazine here