Garbage And Gas To A Mental Health Advocate – ADD

Todd and his family identified his ADD fairly early in life. For a while, a regimen of medication helped him be a 4-point student. Then in 7th grade, a friend introduced him to marijuana. Todd decided he’d found a different way to manage ADD, quit his medications and started a rollercoaster that didn’t fully settle down until he found the power of community through Crossfit.

In this episode of Silent Superheroes, we’ll talk about whether we’d live our lives again without our mental illness. We’ll discuss how Microsoft has become more mental illness friendly under new CEO Satya Nadella. And Todd explains why he arrived to record this episode bearing a plant.

Getting Support

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One Reply to “Garbage And Gas To A Mental Health Advocate – ADD”

  1. Truly a thing to behold sharing space with someone who so eloquently pulls threads to uncover stories which reverberate loudly in others. Thank you for your time and helping share my story James.

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