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ADHD strategies, ADHD diagnoses and ADHD Tips are NOT a part of this ADHD podcast, If you are looking for tips, strategies, or methods to become a better person, then you should go elsewhere. In the ADHD community, there are plenty of people offering to help ADHD people be more productive. My wife and I are ADHD. We don't want to help you change. We want you to see you are not alone by allowing you access into our lives and into the lives of other ADHD people who are happy to be ADHD. We hope you will Join us as we put the awe in awesome!
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Apr 29, 2015

Brody Bricker was one of my best friends growing up. He lived to cause trouble. He would do anything to get a reaction out of someone. He had absolutely no conscience, and the only time I ever saw him smile, was after causing any kind of mayhem.

In this Episode we discuss why I would have been friends with such an incredibly bad kid. The things he did defy reason. I did not want to spend the time it would take to tell all the stories so dependng on the strength of this show, perhaps there will be a second and a third show to finish his resume of terror.

I have changed his name, the names of his victims, and the names of any businesses that might have suffered at the expense of his campaign of terror. I dont condone his actions but in a dark way I really still think much of it is funny.

Thanks to Rick & Ava Green of Totally ADD. Gina Pera of ADHD Roller Coaster and Deb Rowley of Madison Coaching & Therapy Services


If you are interested in purchasing a copy of my book, Chasing Kites (click here)


 

Chasing Kites

 

Apr 23, 2015

I cannot believe this is our 25th show. My book was just released and we drove down to Atlanta to see my mother and the rest of my family. Without fail there were issues as there always are and Yvonne or I seem to always be the cause or get caught it the middle of them.

Apr 13, 2015

 

 

Tom and Yvonne Talk about things friends famiy and total strangers do that is annoying offensive and unsightly. ADHD people are known to be irritable and there are those people who are still doing plenty to perpetuate this.

Apr 6, 2015

The Extreme Mom, Painfully Un-Perfect

 

The Extreme Mom is an online commentary of the actual conversation taking place inside the head of Gina Fenton’s head.

With over 100 Thousand likes on her Facebook page, and a successful blog, she is also a nurse, a mom, and an advocate for those of us with ADHD. Her work will be featured in an upcoming book called, “Mom for the Holidays” due to be released in 2015 and in 2016 "How to Survive Tantrums and Babysitters" both coming from Monkey Star Press

Gina is a beautiful person, and one of the kindest people I know, and the“Extreme” label is by no means a cliché.  Gina is humbled by the everyday adversity of ADHD, Depression, Bipolar, Autistic Spectrum Disorders; Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorder to name a few. She is a proud member of the Parental Special Forces. That’s like a Green Beret, but with more practical skills.

The Extreme Mom lives in NY with her husband, four children, two dogs and the infamous feline… “ThatGoddamnedCat.” She’s an active advocate for ADHD, Autistic spectrum disorders, and mental health. Gina’s a Registered Nurse specialized in pediatrics, obstetrics, mental health, school nursing and childbirth education. She loves children, animals and baby dinosaurs. I speak for myself and Yvonne when I say we both LOVE The Extreme Mom.

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Apr 1, 2015

Many ADHD People and non ADHD People, who are trying to achieve things, set goals for themselves. This is a practice employed by many people but not me. My wife enjoys setting goals and using them as a way to get things done. I look at them as something else at which I can fail. 

I have heard you are more likely to achieve goals if you write them down first. I dont think I would write them down because it is stilll failure only now there is documentation of it.

Join me Tom Nardone and my wife Yvonne Nardone as we hash this out.

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