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ADHD Babes: The Podcast

ADHD Babes: The Podcast

By ADHD BABES
Every two weeks, we'll invite you to a new episode hosted by members of ADHD babes. Join them to share in their experiences of living with ADHD as a black woman or non binary person.

Listen while they interview special guests who will inspire them with knowledge and tools to help, both them and you, manage their ADHD.

Walk with them in their journey of learning about our wonderful brains and all the things that come with living in a world where you have to manage multiple intersectionality's.

ADHD babes is an open space for anyone who's looking for support with ADHD.
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E7 - Don't call me Stupid
Being called stupid or made to feel like you are, is a common feeling ADHDers face when trying to navigate the world. Quite often it starts in school and sometimes at home.  Join us this week as hosts Beza and Mani discuss the misconception ADHDers also have a low IQ with ADHD Babes Shereen and Abigail. They discuss ableism and how this could be improved, masking and cultural dynamics. Drawing from their own experiences, they share their own stories and delve into where the problems lie and how to improve them.  Hosts Beza - @beziiye Mani - @betheonetowriteit Guests Shereen - @black_chonky_rollerbabe Twitch: Glitternips Abigail - @abi_agyei Resources https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-ableism-5200530 https://www.accessliving.org/newsroom/blog/ableism-101/ TEDx Talk - ADHD sucks, but not really - by Salif Mahamane - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWCocjh5aK0 Smart but Stuck: Emotions in Teens and Adults with ADHD - Thomas E. Brown - Amazon Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advice from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest on an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com.
01:16:37
August 03, 2022
E6 - Navigating the workplace - With Gloria Sherrod
This episode explores the common issues those with ADHD may face when entering the workplace. Join us as we explore what symptoms may appear in the workplace, including time blindness, flexibility or lack thereof and organisation.  We discuss disclosing your diagnosis to your employer, techniques on how you can get accommodations without disclosing.  Our hosts and guests were based in the UK and the US so discuss resources available in those regions.  Hosts Kesi - @kesirandon Shereen - @black_chonky_rollerbabe Guests Gloria Joy Sherrod A Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, author, documentary producer, content creator, mental health educator, and ADHD coach. Gloria has a passion for helping Adults with ADHD live a life that works best for them, find their strengths, accept their weaknesses, and laugh a little along the way. https://gloriajoysherrod.com/ Instagram: @xadultingwithadhdx Selom - @selomwithanr Resources Access to work - https://www.gov.uk/access-to-work Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advices from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest on an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com.
01:17:32
July 20, 2022
E5 - Is It Coz I'm Black?
Today's episode focuses on the perception of Blackness. With elements of the ADHD diagnostic criteria crossing over with stereotypes used to describe people of colour. Things like "You're so loud" or "You're being defensive". How can we challenge those who have these perceptions including other people of colour and those closest to us.  Hosts Abigail - @abi_agyei Julez - Instagram - @Julezkatrina / Twitter - @JulezMontana88 Guests Tyler - @tylerantonia Selom - @selomwithanr If you’d like to join the ADHD Babes community, you can find out more on our Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advices from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest in an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com.
01:00:48
July 06, 2022
E4 - What did I do?
Those with ADHD tend to have a difficulty in gaining and maintaining friendships. Whether that be due to ADHD and other comorbidities. Join us this week with: Hosts Tyler - @tylerantonia Shauna - @shaye_cam Guests Renee - @beyoutifully_be / @renee.uk Vivienne (Viv) - @vvnsings They will be discussing what they believe has been their main difficulties when maintaining friendships. The speak about their experiences with de-masking and how that has changed the dynamics of friendship, Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD) and Object Permanence. If you’d like to join the ADHD Babes community, you can find out more on our Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advices from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest on an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com.
01:05:13
June 22, 2022
E3 - First Things First - With IngerShaye Colzie and Jay Reid
So you think you have ADHD or have just received a diagnosis… Now what? Join hosts Renee and Shauna speak with special Guests IngerShaye Colzie and Jacqueline (Jay) Reid and discuss taking the path of getting an ADHD Coach. IngerShaye and Jay discuss their path to becoming ADHD Coaches, what ADHD Coaching is and what benefits you get from: IngerShaye Colzie Alchemy Coaching ADHD leadership Coach Executive Coach An ADHD Coach specializing in helping black female executives and entrepreneurs, supporting women through empowerment. With a successful practice as a therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker for 15 years she offers the benefits of professional expertise with a lifetime of experience. https://ingershaye.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/blackwomenwithadhd The International Black ADHD Coaches Association https://ingershaye.com/tiabac/ Jay Reid All Things Jay Coaching, Founder & Coach Trauma-Informed ADHD & Executive Function Coach who specializes in working with Adults Executive Coaching, Life Coaching, Public Speaking, Training, Team Building, Change Management, Career Development Coaching, Business Consulting, and Nonprofit Consulting https://allthingsjay.com/ Resources https://chadd.org/about-adhd/coaching/ If you’d like to join the ADHD Babes community, you can find out more on our Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advices from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest on an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com.
01:02:10
June 08, 2022
E2 - Eyes Wide Open
Join hosts, Abigail and Jemmar speaking with our ADHD Babe Beza. They discuss their personal experience of getting diagnosed in the UK and US. They discuss how they became aware they may have ADHD, what steps they do to get diagnosed. They share the process of having more awareness, de-masking and experiencing impostor syndrome how they now realise how ADHD was intertwined within their lives. You can connect with: Beza – @beziiye Abigail – @abi-agyei Check out here blog for neurodiversity week on supporting neurodiverse colleagues at https://civilservice.blog.gov.uk/2022/03/29/neurodiversity-celebration-week-supporting-colleagues/ If you’d like to join the ADHD Babes community, you can find out more on our Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advices from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest in an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com
47:07
June 08, 2022
E1 - Babes behind the Babes
Who are ADHD Babes? Tune in and join our hosts Renee and Shauna interview Vivienne (Viv) Isebor, Founder and Managing Director & Director of Community Outreach & Wellbeing, and Kesi Randon, Creative Director Administrator Lead of ADHD Babes. Find out why Viv started ADHD Babes, how Kesi joined the volunteer team. Hear what ADHD Babes offer and the experiences they create holding support groups, learning and creative sessions, events and now the ADHD Babes podcast.  If you’d like to join the ADHD Babes community, you can find out more on our Website https://www.adhdbabes.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdbabes/ Twitter https://www.twitter.com/adhdbabes/ If you’d like advices from our babes on our Dear Babes episodes, you can send us a voice message by clicking here or a written message by clicking here. If you'd like to suggest a topic or be a guest on an episode, please email podcast@adhdbabes.com.
01:00:04
June 08, 2022
ADHD Babes: The Podcast...Coming 8th June 2022
Introducing ADHD Babes: The Podcast...the podcast created by the community...for the community. ADHD Babes is a community for black women and non-binary people to share their voices, experience and knowledge. We aim to empower people with community, tools, learning and healing spaces to redefine ADHD, tackle its difficulties and utilise it's strengths. During the podcast, we'll be delving into the everything ADHD and what its like living in a neurotypical world for neurodivergents. From finding out about ADHD to navigating through routines to managing symptoms. Whether that's a group discussion or guest speaker teaching us more about our beautiful brains. Join us for some discussions, learning and a good old rant.  Starting on the 8th of June and continuing bi-weekly anywhere you listen to podcasts. If you'd like to send us a Dear Babes voice message, click here. Or a written message, click here.  You can visit our website @ https://www.adhdbabes.com/
00:56
June 01, 2022