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036 Letting Go of People and Things That Don’t Serve You

This week’s podcast is about letting go of people and things that don’t serve you.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact .

Abigail Wurf

035 Respecting What We Do Well

This week’s podcast is about respecting what we do well and stop focusing on our weaknesses.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact .

Abigail Wurf

034 Managing Impulsivity and ADHD

This week’s podcast is about managing impulsivity and ADHD.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact .

Abigail Wurf

033 Resistance and ADHD

This week’s podcast is on the issue of resistance and ADHD.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact .

Abigail Wurf

032 Measure Twice and Cut Once and ADHD

This week’s podcast is on measuring twice and cutting once as it relates to ADHD.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact .

Abigail Wurf

031 Establishing and Repeating Habitual Tasks and Errands

Last week’s podcast 030 was about starting habits. To continue with that theme, this episode of the podcast is about establishing and repeating habitual tasks and errands.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact .

Abigail Wurf