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Jen Verhagen and Realizing Your Potential

Jen Verhagen was diagnosed with ADHD five years ago when she was 28, after struggling with insomnia for years. The …

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Indy Louder and the Art of Self-Advocacy

Like many ADHDers, Indy was seen as a good student who excelled in the ‘gifted and talented’ program at school …

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John Grossman and Trusting
The Checklist

John received his ADHD diagnosis about a year ago, when he was 54, joining the many ADHDers who have discovered …

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Stuart Cohen and Finding Yourself

Stuart Cohen has spent the last 12 years embracing his authentic self, accepting both his strengths and weaknesses. Diagnosed with …

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Salif Mahamane and the Power of Self-Compassion

Salif Mahamane’s early struggles with chronic procrastination and difficulty concentrating as a child eventually led to his ADHD diagnosis at …

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Tori Niedbalec and Finding
Your Place

Tori Niedbalec’s early struggle with ADHD left her feeling misunderstood and stigmatized. Despite trying various treatments and medications, she found …

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Jay Glazer And The Hunt For The Perfect Treatment Plan

Jay Glazer finds ways to grow with his ADHD every single day. The tenacious NFL Insider for FOX Sports’ award-winning …

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Phil Rodemann and Changing Your Outlook On The Future

You might recognize the name Phil Rodemann. He’s the coordinating producer for Refocused. He’s also faced the challenges of ADHD …

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Christopher and Managing the ADHD Transition To College

Christopher was diagnosed with ADHD at an early age, thanks to his parents and teachers noticing symptoms during elementary school. …

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