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What You're About to Discover

  • The Secret to Finding Your Life's Purpose
  • How to Stay Off the Love Rollercoaster
  • What is the Motherf*cker Gene?
  • ​Why Playing Games Could Make You More Productive



Finding your life's purpose boils down to three key elements: pursuing what genuinely excites you, embracing imperfections, and cultivating self-trust.

For those with ADHD, this journey can be significant, as our focus naturally gravitates towards our passions. The path may be filled with ups and downs, but the key is to stay committed and trust yourself through the process.

Key Takeaways:

1. Discover what energizes you and make it the center of your pursuits.

2. Accept that initial failures are stepping stones to mastery.

3. Build self-trust by acknowledging your small wins and challenging negative narratives.

Whether starting fresh or reevaluating your current path, there is always time to align your life with what truly matters to you.

Caren Magill is a dynamic content creator and ADHD advocate who runs the YouTube channel "Caren Magill ADHD + Multipotentialities." Her channel is a valuable hub for individuals, particularly those with ADHD and multipotentialities, who seek insight, guidance, and inspiration.

For those who want to dive even deeper, check out the original video that inspired today's love talk. The Best ADHD Jobs?



We're talking about the rollercoaster of love when ADHD is in the mix. Whether in a relationship or looking for one, we have game-changing strategies to help you keep the love alive and thriving.

The Love Coaster: Three Relationship Pitfalls to Avoid

The Downward Spiral: Ever feel stuck in a loop of despair? One step forward, two steps back? Yeah, we've been there.

Talk to the Hand: Many couples struggle to express gratitude, apologies, or forgiveness. It can be especially true when ADHD is a player on the field.

Lost in the Sauce: Arguing over chores or responsibilities can eclipse the joy of being together. Couples can get so embroiled in disagreements that they forget to have fun.

Three Cupid-Approved Game Changers

The Love Jar: Create a jar filled with notes of good memories, sweet moments, and relationship wins. Whenever despair hits, dip into this jar for an instant mood lift.

Why It Works: Keeps your eyes on the prize—your love. A tangible reminder that this too shall pass.

Love Letters, But Make It Formal: If saying it out loud is hard, write it down. Use 'Formal Notices' to communicate your feelings. It's like passing notes in class but for grown-ups.

Why It Works: It's a structured way to talk, so there's less brain drain. It adds a sprinkle of humor to serious convos.

Sunday Funday: Pick a day of the week for some quality time. Whether it's a Netflix binge or a day in the park, make it a non-negotiable appointment in your calendar.

Why It Works: If it's on the schedule, it's important. It acts as a stress-busting oasis in your week.

Key Takeaways:

Counteract despair with your Love Jar of positivity.

Use 'Formal Notices' to break communication barriers.

Make time for love and fun—it's as important as any meeting.

Love and ADHD can be tricky, but it's far from impossible.

With these strategies, you're well on your way to a more loving, understanding, and fun relationship.💖

Gina Pera is a renowned author, advocate, and expert in ADHD. She is best known for her website, ADHD Roller Coaster, a valuable resource for individuals, especially women, dealing with ADHD and its associated challenges. Gina's work is characterized by its insightful exploration of ADHD-related topics, focusing on adult ADHD, relationships, and the daily struggles faced by those with ADHD.

For the full article that inspired this story click the link below. ADHD Relationships: 3 Strategies to Slow Your Roller Coaster



In the quest for optimal health, uncovering the hidden secrets of our genetic makeup is essential. One gene has been gaining significant attention - the MTHFR gene. This gene plays a pivotal role in various aspects of our well-being, and understanding it can be the key to resolving multiple health issues.

The MTHFR Gene: Unraveling the Mystery

What is MTHFR? (Hint…it’s not Mother F*cker, but that is it’s nick-name)

MTHFR, short for Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase, is a gene with a pivotal role in methylation—a critical biochemical process. Methylation supports functions like detoxification, DNA repair, neurotransmitter production, and metabolism.

The Vital Role of Folate

MTHFR converts dietary folate into active 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF). Folate is vital for DNA synthesis, repair, and methylation. Without proper conversion, folate can't perform these essential functions effectively.

Consequences of MTHFR Variants

MTHFR gene variations, called mutations or polymorphisms, can disrupt folate metabolism, impacting health:

Anxiety and Depression: These variants are linked to mood disorders due to neurotransmitter imbalances.

ADHD and OCD: MTHFR mutations can contribute to conditions like ADHD and OCD by affecting focus and increasing anxiety.

Autoimmune Diseases: Certain mutations can influence autoimmune reactions, like in lupus.

Thyroid Disorders: Hashimoto's thyroiditis can be influenced by MTHFR gene variants.

Insomnia: Sleep issues may arise from neurotransmitter imbalances related to MTHFR.

Weight Gain: Insulin resistance, affected by MTHFR variants, can contribute to weight gain.

Infertility: MTHFR gene variants may affect egg adhesion, impacting fertility.

Taking Action

Genetic Testing: Identify specific MTHFR variants for personalized health planning.

Nutritional Support: Consider tailored supplementation with professional guidance.

Lifestyle Adjustments: Improve diet, exercise, and stress management for better gene expression.

Consultation: Seek advice from healthcare experts specializing in genetics or functional medicine.

Understanding MTHFR's role in health empowers individuals to address gene variants and improve overall well-being. Remember, genes influence health but don't determine destiny. With knowledge and action, a healthier future is within reach.

Key Takeaways:

- MTHFR gene crucial in methylation and various bodily functions.

- Variations linked to anxiety, depression, ADHD, autoimmune diseases, and more.

- Genetic testing informs personalized health plans.

- Nutritional support, lifestyle changes, and expert guidance help address MTHFR-related health challenges.

Dr. Gary Brecka is a renowned figure in functional medicine, with a profound understanding of genetics and biochemistry. As the founder of 10X Health, he specializes in holistic, personalized health optimization, employing advanced genetic testing to identify gene mutations contributing to health issues. See full video here 10x Ladies Conference - Gary Brecka



Gamification holds immense promise for neurodivergent women, providing a dynamic and engaging pathway to navigate their unique challenges due to conditions like ADHD.

By infusing elements of play and interactivity into everyday tasks and self-improvement efforts, gamification transforms daunting endeavors into enjoyable adventures, making it a valuable tool for enhancing focus, productivity, and overall well-being.

The Power of Gamification

Gamification involves applying game design principles and mechanics to non-game contexts, effectively making tasks more engaging and motivating. When applied to the realm of ADHD management, gamification can offer several advantages:

Increased Engagement

One of the core features of ADHD is difficulty maintaining attention and motivation for tasks. Gamified activities are inherently engaging, often providing immediate feedback and rewards.

Improved Task Management

Organizing daily responsibilities and prioritizing tasks can be challenging. Gamification can introduce task lists, reminders, and progress tracking, making it easier for women to manage their daily routines effectively.

Enhanced Focus

Many gamified apps and platforms require users to concentrate on specific objectives or challenges. This can help practice and improve their focus and attention skills, which are often impaired by the condition.

Goal Achievement

ADHD can sometimes lead to feelings of underachievement and low self-esteem. Gamification encourages setting and achieving goals, no matter how small, which can boost self-confidence and motivation.

Practical Applications of Gamification and Engaging Content

Task Management Apps: Utilizing gamified task management applications can help organize your responsibilities. These apps often include features like rewarding completed tasks with virtual badges or points.

Focus-Enhancing Games: Specific games and apps are designed to challenge and improve cognitive functions like attention and memory.

Study Aids: Gamified study aids can turn the often-dreaded learning process into an engaging activity. Interactive quizzes, flashcards, and progress tracking can make studying more effective.

Time Management: Apps that employ timers and countdowns in a gamified manner can help individuals stay on track and manage their time efficiently.

Fitness and Health: Gamification can also extend to fitness and health. Exercise apps that reward users for completing workouts or achieving step goals can promote physical well-being, which, in turn, can positively impact ADHD symptoms.

Multitasking with Enjoyable Content: Listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks during chores can make mundane tasks more enjoyable and help maintain focus and motivation.

Gamification, combined with these engaging content strategies, has the potential to significantly enhance your daily life, making tasks more manageable and enjoyable while fostering improved focus and motivation.


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Book Club

An empowering and witty guide to banishing shame and living your fullest life with ADHD—plus tips for loved ones on helping them navigate this world, too—from viral duo, Rich Pink and Rox Emery ADHD_Love.

What if you stopped feeling ashamed of constantly being late or of getting so hyperfocused on a task that you drop everything else you had to do? How can you as a partner, parent, or friend better understand your neurodivergent loved one’s way of moving through the world?

In Dirty Laundry, life partners Rich Pink and Rox Emery unapologetically guide you through the ups and downs of life with ADHD. Every chapter starts with a common symptom of ADHD, like impulsivity or struggles with finances, and an earnest moment from their own lives to show you how they navigate the symptom together.

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