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ADHD and intuition together can create a powerhouse skill for busy brains who crave more clarity and presence in their lives.
Why ADHD Brains Need To Develop Their Intuition
The ADHD brain is a busy one, so we’re not always present to the decisions we make or the thoughts we entertain.
But the more we lean into our intuitive abilities, something all humans have, the more we can create a stronger connection to our innate knowing. From there, we can empower ourselves to ditch the masks and truly live from a place of authenticity and self trust.
Curious to Learn How to Develop Your Own Intuition?
In today’s episode of It’s the ADHD-Friendly Podcast, we’re chatting with Susan Gorman, professional intuitive and fellow ADHDer. We chat about the intersection of ADHD and intuition, and what steps we can take to deepen our relationship with our own innate sense of inner knowing.
Learn more about Susan Gorman, Intuitive and Fellow ADHDer
About ten years ago, tired of describing herself as a psychic and weary of then having to explain why she wasn’t also a crystal ball-consulting redhead–(no offense meant to redheads. Or crystal balls)– Susan Gorman changed her job description to intuitive. Because “What’s an intuitive?” is way more fun to answer than “So, like are you reading my mind right now?”
No longer chained to the stereotype, she continues her work with the same down-to-earth style full of love and humor that has always been her trademark. Susan’s mission is to pull intuition out of the margins of our understanding and to broadly encourage the awareness that everyone is intuitive. And of course, if she makes you laugh in the process all the better.