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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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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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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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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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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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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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In this episode we give you a few examples from episode 8 where we talk about the new ideas that we have been discussing on this podcast so far and how difficult it can be to embrace doing something different than what has been done for so many years. Listen on Podbean Listen on Apple Facebook: Mindsight Therapies Instagram: Mindsight Therapies…
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Ok, so you've got issues. Big issues. Weird issues. You've even been on Friends with Deficit to discuss said issues. That can't be all there is! In this episode, we take a trip down memory lane and focus on the upside of the downside of, well, being a human being. Included are excerpts from previous guests Jeff Hoskins, Spectra Stewart, Special K, …
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In this episode (Part 2 of 2) we continue our interview with Kim and her husband William. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, start there. Kim is an autistic occupational therapist. She has a passion for educating clinicians and challenging them to look outside the box when working with clients. She uses her personal journey and unique perspective t…
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In this episode (Part 1 of 2) we had the pleasure of interviewing Kim and her husband William. Kim is an autistic occupational therapist. She has a passion for educating clinicians and challenging them to look outside the box when working with clients. She uses her personal journey and unique perspective to teach clinicians nationwide about autism,…
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Austin musician Kat O’Kane of Pocket 20 shares her story of complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, generational trauma, and her healing journey and coping strategies. More about Kat and Pocket 20: https://www.pocket20music.com/ Recommended reading: What My Bones Know, by Stephanie Foo The Whole-Brain Child, by Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryso…
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It’s here again… that awful feeling: I’m behind. You swore this year you’d print those adorable Christmas cards with your family’s smiling faces in front of a glowing tree, but it’s December and you haven’t even started. Your friends are sending you theirs, and just seeing them makes you feel guilty. You’re scrambling to shop for presents online, w…
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Ever feel like making friends is a puzzle you can't quite solve? You're not alone, mama! In this episode of Motherhood in ADHD, we unpack the nuances of friendship with our guest Caroline Maguire. Caroline is a leader in social skills development and the author of the book, “Why Will No One Play With Me?” – a handbook on how to communicate social s…
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How do you feel when you think about taking ADHD medication? Nervous? Hopeful? Overwhelmed? The process of obtaining and finding the right medication can feel like A LOT. First, you have to approach the subject with your doctor (who may or may not be well-informed about ADHD) -- and then there is finding the right type and dosing of medication, dea…
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This episode is Part 2 of 2. In these 2 episodes we discuss how individuals developing body awareness through interoception may discover some trauma responses or adaptations that they have. These may be completely unconscious body responses that were created to protect themselves. We continue our trauma or "distress" discussion and talk about the i…
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“I’ve tried everything!” When you’re dealing with a particularly frustrating problem that’s gone on for years, like parenting your exasperating child, looking for relief from a chronic health issue, or advocating for your child struggling at school, you start to run out of energy AND optimism. When you’ve got a situation that feels hopeless… When y…
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This episode is Part 1 of 2. In these 2 episodes we discuss how individuals developing body awareness through interoception may discover some trauma responses or adaptations that they have. These may be completely unconscious body responses that were created to protect themselves. We define what we mean by "trauma" and the importance of understandi…
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What’s your story of working under an unqualified or unsupportive boss? I’m sharing a few of my terrible boss experiences. But today’s episode is not just about the bad bosses in the workplace. As a parent, we often feel underqualified. You don’t want to be a “bad boss”, but no one handed you an instruction manual when your children arrived! What d…
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What does the inside of your kitchen junk drawer look like? And why is it always in the kitchen? We all have a random smattering of ideas laying around and today I’m sharing a few that wouldn’t necessarily make a whole episode in and of themselves, so I’m combining these random thoughts rattling around my brain into one Junk Drawer episode. First, …
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Chloe is a passionate advocate for autism, bringing her unique perspective to the forefront as an Autistic Self-Advocate, Public Speaker, Co-Author, Board Member, and Teacher's Aide. Her mission is clear: to foster understanding and awareness about autism through her experiences and insights. As a co-author of the "My Interoception Workbook for Tee…
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“Should I become a mom if I have ADHD?” Here’s an episode you’ve been asking for - pregnancy and ADHD! You ask me so many questions around pregnancy friendly symptoms management, ADHD medication while pregnant, and the big question of should I even have kids if I can’t take care of myself??? It’s been almost 6 years since I was pregnant, so I calle…
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Perfumer and creative entrepreneur Scott Moroschan discusses his “honorable genetic condition,” hemochromatosis. Learn more about Scott: www.scottmoroschan.com www.emotionalfragrancedesign.com Instagram: @scottmoroschan LinkedIn: scottmoroschan Support Friend with Deficits: www.patreon.com/friendswithdeficits…
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When you’re dreaming about taking time for yourself, does that nudge (or wave) of guilt make you pause? Today, I’m reflecting on 5 things I learned this weekend while I hung out with many of you. This past weekend was my ADHD Moms Weekend Retreat and we had a blast! It was soo soo good and I didn’t want it to end! We rested, we ate hot food, and we…
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Appointments, birthdays, permission slips, library books, names, the one thing you went into the store for… In today's episode, I delve into one of the most frustrating features of ADHD: forgetting important things. From my personal experiences of forgetting to pick up THE ONE THING that my husband had requested while I went backpacking through Spa…
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Welcome to the 2nd Episode of the Differences Not Deficits podcast! This episode focuses on explaining why Debbie and Yolandi's favorite subject includes Interoception, as told through Debbie's own personal journey. Listen on Podbean Listen on Apple Also available on: Google Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Music, Alexa, iHeartRadio, FM player, ListenNotes…
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Oh, the lies you’ve been told about your brain… Today’s guest challenges the traditional description of ADHD, viewing it not as a disorder, but as a unique collection of traits that showcase different ways of thinking and experiencing emotions. Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist, audiologist, and clinical and cognitive neuroscientist …
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When you want to help your kid, but you’re triggered yourself, it’s really hard to show as the mom you want to be. Today I’m taking you behind the scenes of one of our July meetups in Successful Mama Meetups. The theme for the month was "Angry Moms Unite," focusing on how to stop yelling at your family and regulate your emotions, so you can show up…
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