Tamara Rosier, Ph.D., is the founder of the ADHD Center of West Michigan, where she and her staff work with individuals with ADHD (and their families) to learn strategies and develop new skills to live effectively with ADHD. Dr. Rosier is also the president of the ADHD Coaches Organization. She is the author of Your Brain’s Not Broken. She is a popular conference and keynote speaker is a frequent guest on podcasts and has published numerous articles about living with ADHD. Things you need to know if you suspect you have ADHD.
In this part two conversation, we tackle more of the issues that people with neurodivergent brains face, and the discussion may surprise you!
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Because I believe so strongly in the mind-body connection and the importance of physical and emotional health, I had to center a marriage episode around the topic of intimacy. I invited the best person I know to come on the podcast and speak on this – my husband, Richard!
Richard Kerry is a Licensed Professional Counselor and specializes in marriage and premarital counseling. In this episode, we get real about our marriage, share when to know counseling is needed, and how to be vulnerable in a relationship while doing conflict well.
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Back by popular demand, in this episode Dr. Duana Welch answers listeners top questions about healthy relationships and marriage!
Dr. Duana Welch is the original “Love Factually” author and coach known for using social science to solve real-life relationship issues. She was a professor at universities in Florida, California, and Texas across 20 years, and has contributed to NPR, PBS, Psychology Today, and numerous other outlets, podcasts and videos. Her first book, “Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do” (2015), is now out globally in five languages.
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