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Free Webinar Replay: Feeling Good About Your Amazing ADHD Brain

Learn to love your ADHD brain — quirks and all.

It's never too late for a fresh perspective! In this self-esteem boosting webinar, Stacey Turis shares why you should stop putting yourself down for being "different" and embrace your ADHD brain — quirks and all. Replay This Free Webinar

In this webinar and slide presentation, Stacey Turis discusses:

  • Not letting others put guilt on you
  • When you do something that deserves respect, give it to yourself
  • How to stop comparing yourself to others; we do things our way, which is better than good — it’s great!

Meet the expert:

As an adult living with ADHD and Giftedness, Stacey Turis is an expert on being weird. After doing daily battle with her quirks for 35 years, she finally decided it was time to hug it out and accept her differences to live a peaceful existence. She has successfully learned to view the world of ADHD and Giftedness through her “special eyes” and maneuver through life accordingly. Stacey realizes that her ADHD and giftedness give her a magical perspective on life that comes from intimately engaging with the universe in ways that don’t meet the eyes and can’t be explained. She considers that a good thing. Stacey lives in Texas with her husband, two kids, a dog, three cats, and eight goldfish. Follow her blog, Absent-Minded Superhero, on ADDitude.

Webinar replays includes:

  • Slides accompanying the audio
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates about adult ADHD

What listeners are saying:

"This one hour podcast has been a real game-changer for me and my daughter. Thank you, Stacey, from the very bottom of my heart!"

"Stacey was delightful! Let's have more of her!"

"That was fantastic! Her energy was so inspiring! I even loved the totally genuine "What was I saying?!" moment. Thank you for a wonderful podcast! Stacey is my new hero!"

"Stacey is a top communicator. She knows what she's talking about. Bravo!"

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