(Video-Interview): ADHD Coping Mechanisms; How to be Productive with ADHD and Depression with Emily Davis

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Do you think ADHD can prevent you from succeeding in life?

Anxiety and depression are sometimes caused by ADHD, which not only affects your attention but also affects your mood.

Would you like to learn how to overcome the obstacles of having ADHD and still perform at your best?

In this episode, our guest Elizabeth Davis shared the secrets to living a positive and healthy life despite ADHD.

Emily Davis is a mental health advocate, founder, and host of The Wondering Mind a mental health podcast, and MindFEST a mental health festival.

Check out this video to learn how to defeat a behavioral condition so you can maximize your full potential.

In this interview, you will learn:

00:00 min – Introduction

02:04 min – Emily’s experience  (how did Emily become a mental health advocate) 

04:37 min – How did Emily’s life change 

07:19 min – Tools that helped Emily to go through with her life. 

  • Therapy
  • Professional Help
  • Meditation 
  • ‘Smiling Minds’ app

12:22 min – Does ADHD lead to burnout?

13:37 min – Emily’s experience with ADHD and burnout

22:11 min – Mistakes to avoid when the brain plays tricks on you

24:24 min – Advice from Emily’s ADHD experience

26:43 min – Connect with Emily (Wandering Mind Podcast – https://apple.co/3Lnpqnq) 

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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:

Sometimes people give in to their obstacles and find it very hard, and sometimes people are able to get through and thrive. So you’re not just living and passing by, but you are thriving and doing more above and beyond.” 

– Dr. Rozina

Talking about your feelings has helped me the most because for most of my life I suppressed a lot of the things that I was struggling with because I didn’t know how to communicate what I was feeling. And so I would just lash out or use other things to cope. And it didn’t work. It didn’t help, made things worse.
– Emily Davis

So either talking to someone or writing down what you’re going through as often as you feel necessary is extremely beneficial and not being ashamed of what you’re going through. Because, again, we all struggle to some degree with something. We’re all human at the end of the day, and nobody’s perfect. And just to continue to remember that.

Emily Davis

How about you? What was your biggest takeaway from this interview and is there a question you would like me to address in the next session? Let me know by submitting your feedback here: http://bit.ly/HHMForm

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By sharing, you will participate in the mission of spreading joy and happiness and living a full life.

Remember, having a behavioral condition does not stop you to become the best you can be. It can be used to your advantage to reach success and be an inspiration to others

So today, are you going to let ADHD be the reason for your anxiety and burnout? Or are you going to overcome it by using appropriate tools that would help you achieve your dreams?

Every day is a new opportunity to choose who you want to be. 

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

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