ADHD reWired

Stop on a dime and change directions.  This is a skill for improv on stage, and has great application in relationships. 

Mike Fedel is a professional performer, with a background in comparative philosophy. he has ADHD.  

Focuses on the values of:

  • Play
  • Improvisation
  • Being able to stop on a dime and change the direction of where we're going.


An example of Mike and his Wife - Planning a vacation to Chicago

  • He made list of 20 plays and other art and theater institutions he wanted to see
  • His wife's list consisted of the beaches she wanted to go to.


Solving disagreements by

  • Needing to let go of your agenda, and really engage in the dialogue
  • Relationships are 100/100 (not 50/50)


Words Matter. Would you mind asking us, instead of telling us?  Thank you, we really appreciate it.

Try this when you want to get your spouse ...

See the full show notes for this episode plus video's of Mike's performances at the 2013 and 2014 ADDA Conferences


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Direct download: Ep27_relationships_improv_and_adhd.mp3
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