“The Flip Side of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria: How to Tap Into ADHD Energy and Motivation” [Video Replay & Podcast 278]

Episode Description

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“Recognition Responsive Euphoria” or RRE

The ADHD mind is grew to become up to 11; our neurotransmitters burn brilliant. On an emotional stage, this means we really feel the stabbing ache of rejection, frustration, and failure extra acutely than do others. On the flip side, we also enjoy a meaningful and tough zing of energy and esteem with each phrase of encouragement, praise, or approval we obtain. The smallest gesture can power euphoria — and great accomplishments — for us.

The steep valleys of this emotional rollercoaster are well documented. Dr. William Dodson calls this not unusual ADHD situation Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria, or RSD. To date, however, the hovering peaks of positivity and euphoria have been largely overlooked. This sister syndrome, which I’ve seen in my Sixty nine years of living with ADHD and my 38 years of treating the condition in kids and adults, is good and superb. It’s to be cultured and captured at every turn. It is our nice buddy, best friend, and instrument for growth and productivity. I call it “Recognition Responsive Euphoria,” or RRE.

If you will have ADHD, and you to find that you are low on motivation, energy, and don't seem to be running up to your attainable, then join Dr. Hallowell and Dr. Ratey and be informed how to tap into and get or give Recognition Responsive Euphoria. In this webinar, they're going to provide an explanation for all we need to know about RRE, and all we want our academics, mentors, partners, managers, partners, supervisors, spouses, and others to perceive about it and its energy to encourage our ideally suited work.

Listen and learn from Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D, and John J. Ratey, M.D., about:

  • why criticism and correction leads to feelings of frustration, rejection, and failure
  • how receiving encouragement and reputation adjustments these feelings into positivity
  • how to to find the proper particular person or individuals who can provide encouragement and recognition
  • how to work up to your attainable by tapping into the facility of praise and RRE
  • how to encourage others to provide this to you with out feeling infantile or embarrassed
  • how to give the items of RRE to others

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Meet the Expert Speakers

Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D., is a kid and adult psychiatrist,  leading authority within the field of ADHD, the host of “Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different” –  a weekly podcast for thriving in this CrazyBusy world, NY Times best-selling writer, world-renowned speaker and the founder of The Hallowell Centers in Boston MetroWest, NYC, San Francisco and Seattle. Learn extra at www.drhallowell.com. Dr. Hallowell does no longer have any monetary affiliations.| See expert’s full bio »

John J. Ratey, M.D., is an affiliate scientific professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an the world over known professional in neuropsychiatry. He has published more than 60 peer-reviewed articles and 11 books, including the groundbreaking Driven to Distraction sequence with Ned Hallowell, M.D. With the e-newsletter of Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, Dr. Ratey has established himself as one of the sector’s most important government on the brain-fitness connection. Dr. Ratey is a specialist to GoNoodle and HS Performance of Beijing.| See expert’s full bio »


Listener Testimonials

  • “Very insightful presentation! Thank you such a lot! Kudos to each doctors!!”
  • “Thoroughly enjoyed this webinar. Thank you!”
  • “This may be very helpful data on being sure with children.”
  • “Thank you very much for the encouragement and kind thoughts.|Thank you for your considerate analysis.”

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