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Nikki Kinzer

Nikki Kinzer has dedicated her career to fostering improved living systems, transitioning from retail management and human resources to professional organizing, where she discovered her vocation in aiding individuals with ADHD. She refocused her business in 2010 to cater to adults and college students with ADHD, becoming a certified coach with the ADD Coach Academy and the International Coaching Federation. Kinzer’s current venture, Take Control ADHD, offers coaching, online trainings, and fosters a global community for those seeking to understand and manage their ADHD. She also co-hosts the successful “Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast,” which since its inception in 2010, has amassed over 500 episodes, millions of downloads, and a vibrant Discord community for listener engagement.

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

ADHD & the Non-ADHD Partner with Dr. Ari Tuckman

Over the last few weeks, we have been exploring different topics related to our relationships and how we interact with others. Today, we welcome Dr. Ari Tuckman for a conversation about the relationship dynamic with one ADHD partner and one non-ADHD partner.

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Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

ADHD 600

Forgive us a bit of ADHD introspection, but today’s episode we’re taking a bit of a walk down memory lane as we celebrate episode 600, AND 14 years of podcasting about ADHD and organizing.

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Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

Gaslighting & ADHD

Gaslighting, the insidious behavior of undermining someone’s reality that originated with the classic film, poses particular risks and challenges for those with ADHD. Today on The ADHD Podcast, we’ll explore why people with ADHD are vulnerable to gaslighting, how their symptoms can be misconstrued as manipulation, and, most importantly, how setting boundaries and trusting your instincts can help maintain confidence in the face of it.

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Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

ADHD Never Used to Be This Hard

Do you remember what it used to be like? Back in the day? Maybe back in high school? Maybe your head was clearer, memory better, you made quick changes more flexibly. Today, we look back on those days with longing. So… what changed?

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