S3 Mini13: One More Trip Around the Sun

S3 Mini13: One More Trip Around the Sun

Dr. Hallowell celebrated his birthday earlier this week and shares some words of wisdom on growing older. And as Ned says at the end of this episode, we wish all of our listeners many happy birthdays ahead! 

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S3 Ep13: When You Disagree About Treatment Options

S3 Ep13: When You Disagree About Treatment Options

Life can be hard enough for families navigating the waters of an ADHD diagnosis, but it can be even more difficult when you and your partner disagree on a course of treatment. What if one parent wants their child to try medication and the other parent does not? How do you move forward? Heather Bragg, author of Learning, Decoded: Understanding and Using Your Child’s Unique Learning Style to Improve Academic Performance, joins Ned to talk about her own family’s struggle with this issue and share some of what she’s learned along the way.

Heather’s website: LearningDecoded.com

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Uncovering Your Learning Style with How to ADHD & Landmark College

Uncovering Your Learning Style with How to ADHD & Landmark College

Jessica McCabe likes to walk around while she’s reading– it helps her learn better! Dr. Hallowell used flashcards to get him through medical school. Do you know how you learn best? In this special episode sponsored by Landmark College, Ned and the How to ADHD creator talk about the importance of listening to yourself to discover your unique learning style, and how that knowledge can help you achieve success in high school, college and beyond.

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Learn more from Jessica McCabe on her website: How to ADHD.

 

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S3 Mini12: 3 Ways to Feel Less Busy

S3 Mini12: 3 Ways to Feel Less Busy

Is life feeling a little too hectic these days? Then it’s time to un-busy yourself. Dr. Hallowell outlines three easy ways to feel less busy and regain control of your day, in this mini that was inspired by a recent article from DailyGood.org.

Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Stealing Fire by Steven Kotler

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This episode was originally released in January 2018.

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S3 Ep12: Just Let Boys Play

S3 Ep12: Just Let Boys Play

What do boys need that they’re not getting? Dr. Michael Thompson joins Dr. Hallowell to talk about where boys stand in today’s world versus girls. Dr. Thompson is best known as a NY Times bestselling author and international speaker on the subject of children, schools and parenting who has written nine books focusing on the emotional lives of boys, friendships and social cruelty in childhood and many more topics related to the subject of raising boys.

Dr. Michael Thompson’s Website

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S3 Mini11: Ned on Being Thankful

S3 Mini11: Ned on Being Thankful

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Distraction. We’re so very thankful for all of our listeners!

Dr. Hallowell’s message this week might leave you thinking about the people and things in your life that you are thankful for!

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Special Re-Release: Kids on Being Thankful

Special Re-Release: Kids on Being Thankful

Today we’re sharing a mini episode we produced two years ago featuring kids talking about why they are grateful. It’ll warm your heart, we promise! (We’re taking some extra time this week to be with our families and we hope you are too!)

This episode was originally released in November 2016 and is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently.

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S3 Mini 10: Some of Ned’s Best Friends Have Paws

S3 Mini 10: Some of Ned’s Best Friends Have Paws

Dr. H opens up about one of his favorite subjects: pets and the enormous rewards of the human-animal bond. Dr. Hallowell tells us why we should become pet parents and about the furry friends that have touched his life over the years. 

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S3 Ep 10: Reclaiming Our Focus in a World of Lost Attention

S3 Ep 10: Reclaiming Our Focus in a World of Lost Attention

Maggie Jackson is the author of “Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age.” She joins Dr. Hallowell on Distraction this week to discuss a very real problem a growing number of us face: lack of focus.

For years, people thought the constant attention we give our smartphones, tablets, video games and computers might be negatively impacting our health. Now the science is in, and they’re robbing us of our focus, memory, sleep and more, both in the short and long term.

Maggie gives us insights on how our modern world affects our health plus tips for keeping it under control.

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S3 Mini9: How Different Brains Get Engaged

S3 Mini9: How Different Brains Get Engaged

Dr. H responds to a listener who asks about how neurotypical brains, or “normal brains” get engaged with an idea, versus those with neurodiverse brains, like people with ADHD.

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S3 Ep9: Achieving Productivity In The Midst Of Chaos

S3 Ep9: Achieving Productivity In The Midst Of Chaos

Kristin Seymour knows firsthand how tough it is to be productive when you have ADHD. Not only does she have ADHD, but Kristin is the mom of two ADHD teens, and she’s also an ADHD specialist. The advanced practice nurse returns to Distraction to share more of her “life hacks” along with some special advice for parents of ADHD kids. As Ned puts it, “Kristin has the knack, the understanding and natural empathy of one who has been there, of one who really burns to make sure others do not suffer the way she did.”

Kristin’s website: http://www.ADHDFogLifted.com

Meet Kristin at the 2018 International Conference on ADHD in St. Louis, Missouri, November 8-12, 2018. It’s the largest ADHD gathering of the year and is hosted by ADDA, ACO, and CHADD. For more info go to http://www.add.org.

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S3 Mini 8: Why Connections Are Critical

S3 Mini 8: Why Connections Are Critical

In light of the recent news events in the United States, Dr. Hallowell reflects on the importance of connecting with those around you, even the ones with whom you disagree.

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The 2018 International Conference on ADHD is November 8-12, 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri. It’s the largest ADHD gathering of the year and is hosted by ADDA, ACO and CHADD. For more info go to http://www.add.org.

 

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