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May 8, 2023

Other People's Opinions Are None of Your Business

In this episode Jami tackles the idea that "Other People's Opinions Are None of Your Business." Through exploring the negativity bias in the context of ADHD, imposter syndrome, and rejection sensitive dysphoria, the host expl...

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April 25, 2023

The Unquiet Mind

The ADHD brain can be an chaotic place to live in every day. I share 9 tips with you today to help quiet the constant noise in your head. ***** To join Jami on a trip to Spain in a …

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April 8, 2023

Conquer Conversations - Despite ADHD

Communication problems are so common for those of us who have ADHD, it tends to make it harder to get things done. It weakens our executive functions. It lowers our ability to remember things, to gather our thoughts, control ...

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March 22, 2023

Morning Anger

Do you wake up in the morning feeling angry at the world? Then this episode is made just for you! Many of us with ADHD struggle with morning anger. We will chat about what could be the culprit along with …

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March 17, 2023

Dare To Do Things With The Hosts of The Bar Is Ankle High

"As I've gotten older, it's also that thing of, Having a shorter memory shelf than having the inability to really juggle a thousand different intense relationships all at once has made it so that I can respect other people's ...

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March 8, 2023

Celebrating International Women's Day: Exploring Gender Equality and …

On International Women's Day I felt it important to look back and what the ADHD Diagnosis used to look like and why boys were diagnosed more frequently. Times have changed and awareness and diganostic criteria has been positi...

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Jan. 25, 2023

ADHD Fashion Struggles With Paul Gulch

I don't know about you, but when it comes to fashion I STRUGGLE. I talk to a professional stylist, Paul Julch who provides amazing styling tips for those of us with ADHD including ** Not spending to much ** How …

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Jan. 9, 2023

Difficulties Setting Boundaries With ADHD

If you have ADHD you are likely aware it is uncomfortable for you to set boundaries. So often we are willing to bend and break ourselves and sacrifice our own happiness in order to make others comfortable. Today you and …

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Dec. 2, 2022

Gaslighting The ADHD Brain

“Gaslighting” is Merriam-Webster's word of the year. In today's episode Jami chats with you why those with ADHD are so susceptible for others to gaslight them. Also, be sure to take the quick survey about where you would w...

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Nov. 25, 2022

Where Does Loving Others Begin? A Tribute to The Greatest

If you didn't know Jami was the host of First Do No Harm podcast. In 2020 Jami's wonderful mother was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. She has fought and enjoyed every minute of life she had left through the years. Unfortuna...

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Nov. 8, 2022

Are You Behind In Life Due To ADHD?

Since getting "older" I have constantly felt as though life is going on for everyone but me. I remember studying Human Growth & Development for Nursing School and realizing my development and stages didn't match the "normal" ...

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Sept. 4, 2022

ADHD and Student Life With Anna

School is back in, which is the perfect time for you to listen to the brilliant guest, Anna. Anna is a University Student who shares ways she has discovered to help achieve success at school with ADHD. You may not …

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Aug. 21, 2022

ADHD and Police Interactions (part 2)

**Disclaimer** Nothing in this episode should be construed as legal advice. If you are in need of legal advice, please consult an attorney. This is part two of this interview. I highly recommend if you haven't yet listened t...

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Aug. 6, 2022

ADHD and Police Interactions (part 1)

**Disclaimer** Nothing in this episode should be construed as legal advice. If you are in need of legal advice, please consult an attorney. Tom Schorr (podcast host of Just Some Podcast and Will Continue to Monitor) joins th...

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July 19, 2022

ADHD Life With Skye Rapson, ADHD Coach

Skye was gracious enough to roll with me having to emergently pick up a shift at the hospital, leaving this episode to be recorded in the parking lot via Zoom. Skye Rapson shares about what life was like with ADHD …

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June 29, 2022

Darcy Michael & Jane Stanton Talk ADHD

On today's episode Jami had the honor of having comedians Jane Stanton (The Mighty Ducks tv series) and Darcy Michael (Darcy Michael Goes To Church on Netflix). Darcy and Jane talked about how they came about their ADHD diagn...

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June 9, 2022

Interview Tips For ADHD Brains

Interviewing is difficult for even the most talented candidate, but when you're struggling with ADHD while on a job interview it can seem impossible. Today's episode provides tips that will give you better chances on landing ...

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May 20, 2022

How To Respond To Criticism With ADHD

ADHD makes us more sensitive to criticism. Our first instinct is often to respond defensively or angrily to outside comments that feel like disapproval. This episode talks about ways we can respond if the criticism is valid a...

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April 24, 2022

How To Spend Your Sunday

Sunday ** Which is whatever is your last day of the week. Some tips to help you prepare for the next week coming and wind down a bit from a potentially busy week. Join the Patreon --- Send in a …

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March 26, 2022

The Dangers of Driving with ADHD

On this week's episode we're going to talk about the impact ADHD has on driving. Did you know, research has shown that those of us with ADHD tend to be an increased risk of driving impairments? I mean this really …

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March 11, 2022

ADHD Burnout

We have heard of burnout. If you work in the medical field you have certainly heard about it and likely felt it since the pandemic started two years ago. “ADHD Burnout” is often something a little deeper. It refers to …

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Feb. 25, 2022

Are You Self-Centered or is it ADHD?

Are people with ADHD more self-centered than the rest of the population? Probably not. Although there are some characteristics of ADHD can give the appearance of being self-centered. In today's episode we talk about 7 reasons...

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Feb. 17, 2022

Difficulty Getting Diagnosed With ADHD For Black Americans

This episode initially aired March 2021. In honor of Black History Month this conversation is one that continues to have a need to be heard. Listen as The Neurodivergent Nurse and Dr. Kimberly Douglass discuss the difficultie...

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Feb. 11, 2022

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

Revenge bedtime procrastination is putting off sleep for “me time” activities aka Netflix, social media, and next-day exhaustion. In this week's episode we discus this unhealthy sleep habit, why individuals with ADHD are par...

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