Why ADHD is NOT a Bloody Trend with Kat Brown

07 Feb 2024 • 49 min • EN
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Have you had enough of people saying that 'everyone seems to have ADHD nowadays'? Or 'doesn't everyone have a little bit of ADHD'? Or the infamous 'it's just really on-trend to have ADHD at the moment' - take a breath and get ready to listen to why ADHD is most certainly NOT a trend! This week's podcast guest is Kat Brown, a freelance journalist and commentator whose work on ADHD, mental health stigma, and other social and art commentary has appeared in national titles, including The Telegraph, Grazia, "Woman’s Hour", Woman’s Health and The Times. Her new book, It's Not A Bloody Trend, a guide to living with ADHD in adulthood, is out now. Newly diagnosed or looking for support while awaiting an ADHD diagnosis and desperate for more guidance?? If so, look at some of Kate's workshops and free resources here. On this week's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kat and Kate talk about:Why ADHD is NOT a trend The effect of the media on society's opinion of ADHD Battling stigma in the media and societyAdvocating for yourself in the medical system Kat's bookHow neurodivergence was dealt with in history ADHD medication complexitiesAccepting you don't have to do life perfectly, but make it work for you.Advocating for yourself and other people Being driven by purpose and passion Get Dopa, created by and for neurodivergent brains, with 16 powerful nootropic ingredients in one smart supplement. Get your 10% discount by using code Kate10 at the checkout. Click here to find out more. Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed and unfulfilled newly-diagnosed ADHD women find more calm, balance, hope, health, compassion, creativity and clarity.  Follow the podcast on Instagram here. Follow Kate on Instagram here Find Kate's resources on ADDitude magazine here

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