Everyone's journey with their ADHD is a little bit different, yet nearly all of us feel frustration with things like poor time management, distraction, and memory issues (among other various hallmarks.) Any one of these can make a woman feel very much alone! The truth is, ADHD is always much more manageable when we find our best community with others who understand.
In this episode, Lacy speaks with Trina of My Lady ADHD, an ADHD influencer and entrepreneur who advocates for women and the neurodivergent subsect of us ladies.
Trina shares a bit of her journey to discovering her ADHD and how social media gave her an outlet to find community in the joys and challenges of the ADHD life.
She is all about embracing our differences and recognizing the unique ability and empathy that ADHD gives us. You can catch her on her Instagram at MyLadyADHD and keep an eye out for her soon to come podcast with the same name! Trina is a mom, wife and super fun, outgoing person whose heart is all for ADHD women. Resources and Links
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