Are you struggling to get organized and achieve your goals? Do you find it difficult to plan for the future, control your emotions and impulses, or stay on task? If so, you may be experiencing executive dysfunction.
Executive functioning is a hot topic in the world of neurodiversity, particularly when it comes to ADHD emotion dysregulation. But what exactly is executive dysfunction and how does it affect our daily lives?
In this podcast episode, we delve into the topic of executive dysfunction and explore its root causes. By gaining a deeper understanding of this condition, you'll be able to create a more fulfilling and authentic life, and take the first steps towards improving your executive functioning.
Don't miss this informative and empowering episode as we discuss the concept of executive dysfunction, its impact on your life, and ways to overcome it. Tune in now and start taking control of your life.
Questions answered and topics discussed in this episode:
■ Learn about executive functions and their role in cognitive functioning
■ Discover the symptoms and causes of executive dysfunction
■ Understand the impact of executive dysfunction on daily life and functioning
■ Explore the connection between childhood development and executive dysfunction
■ Hear Gabor Maté's unique perspective on ADHD and its relationship to executive dysfunction
■ Find practical tips and strategies for managing and overcoming executive dysfunction
Disclaimer: information contained in this podcast episode is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for treatment or consultation with a licensed mental health professional.
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