Those who have ADHD experience a Ferrari engine for a brain, but with bicycle breaks. So, they have a tremendous power of the mind, but the challenge is to control it. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Dr. Ned Hallowell. Ned is a board-certified child and adult psychiatrist and world authority on ADHD. Together they discuss ADHD and this condition experienced by adults, childhood relationships, the experience of an adult with unidentified ADHD, intervention, being a parent with ADHD, and being the partner in a relationship with someone who has ADHD. When we talk about hope around this diagnosis the three components of ADHD can be rightsized with a strengths-based approach. Seeing ADHD rather as distractibility, impulsivity, and restlessness we want to view it as curiosity, creativity, and energy. Realized that those with ADHD have the potential with these three qualities to be an unusual person because those are all qualities, curiosity, creativity, and energy that you can’t buy or teach.