Relationships with ADHD and Nice Guy Syndrome

ADHD and spectrum issues keep coming up in my research. There’s a high search volume for how these issues affect relationships, so they get a special mention in today’s video. Some of the ADHD communication issues we’ll talk about (I have most of these) Forgetfulness – I can’t hold two thoughts in my head Impulsiveness – I act before i think, Read More

How OCD and People-Pleasing Work Together

Guest post by Cameron Staudacher, Presented by BetterHelp.   People-pleasing and conflict-avoidance behaviors are commonly reported in those diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as well as those diagnosed with a similar condition, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD). The strong compulsions associated with OCD may prevent someone from asserting their wants or needs, or it may make it difficult for them to do Read More

Productivity with ADHD: Hacks for Discipline

In writing this, I’m assuming you know what Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is. Either you’ve been officially diagnosed, or – like me – you’ve researched it methodically and realized that you relate to the condition strongly. Many of my coaching clients are on the ADHD spectrum, it’s a common co-morbid disorder for Nice Guy Syndrome and People Pleasing Read More

Nice Guy Syndrome x Autism and ADHD comorbidity

When a genuinely kind-hearted kid finds out that they’re “different” at school because of ADHD or Autism (usually undiagnosed at first), they quickly need to come up with a social strategy that will keep them safe from bullying and ostracism. This is why, in my opinion, there is so much crossover – or “comorbidity” – between Nice Guy Syndrome, ADHD Read More

[Short] Are neurodivergents at war with neurotypicals?

I was in a chat about neurodiversity the other day (autism, ADHD etc.) and I made a point that if you are neurodivergent – like myself – and you got bullied, it doesn’t mean that all neurotypicals hate you. It doesn’t mean that there’s two groups that are at war with each other. But I’ve found the neurodivergent community – Read More


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