Reducing our stressors to help emotional dysregulation and RSD

Reducing our stressors to help emotional dysregulation and RSD

By Kate Moryoussef

Emotional dysregulation and RSD are two of the most challenging elements of ADHD, yet it's often not flagged up when we first learn about ADHD.

In this week's episode, Kate talks to Marcy Caldwell, a clinical psychologist and passionate ADHD advocate based in Philadelphia, PA. Marcy is the founder of, a blog and digital resource helping adults with ADHD create a life that works for, not against, their brains.

During today's episode, Kate and Marcy speak about:

Noticing your stress markersRecognising how YOUR emotions workOverstimulation and noiseStrategies to help emotional dysregulationHow emotions can derail usHow habit changes and awareness can help us with overstimulation Using EFT tapping to help emotional dysregulationHow your emotional patterns can play outWhat is RSD, and how does it show up in ADHD?The impact RSD has on our emotions, productivity and beliefsTips for tracking our cycles, noticing when we're more vulnerable and regulating emotionsHonouring ourselves during our more sensitive times and carving out time on our own

Here's a link to Kate's Tap 'n Talk Technique she mentions in the podcast, as well as her other resources to help manage ADHD-related emotional dysregulation and RSD by using EFT/Tapping.

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Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity in their lives. 

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