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Jose Valles And Refocusing On Your Purpose

While doing research to better understand his best friend, Jose Valles stumbled upon Refocused episode 4 and began to wonder, …

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Rach Burton And Embracing The Neurospicy Life As A Deaf ADHDer

When you think about the executive function challenges to get an ADHD diagnosis at the age of 28, imagine doing …

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Brittany Bronson And The Cost Of Her Impulsivity

Brittany Bronson is a global diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leader, research professor, and first-generation doctoral student. She also loses …

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Tyler Page and Not Growing
Out Of It

You’ll grow out of it. It’s something Tyler Page’s doctor told him after he was diagnosed with ADHD with a …

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Katy Weber and Wrapping It Up in a Bow of Four Letters

Katy Weber’s personal mission is to help neurodivergent adults learn to embrace their brains. She does this through the popular …

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On Hold for Healing

Pretty confident the title gives it away but if you hadn’t heard already, we’re taking a little break to give …

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Julian Henderson and the Intersection of Deafness and ADHD

Growing up deaf, Julian Henderson wasn’t evaluated for ADHD. He was labeled hyperactive and distracted and sent on his way, …

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Matt Huovinen and Breaking the Cycle

In today’s episode of Refocused, Together,  we dive into Matt’s inspiring journey of self-discovery and personal growth as he navigated the …

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Trina Haynes and the Cycle of Overcommitting

Until her diagnosis, Trina Haynes didn’t think that women could have ADHD. Since her diagnosis, she’s founded My Lady ADHD, …

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