ADHD Loud and Proud with Kara Marni

ADHD Loud and Proud with Kara Marni

By Kate Moryoussef

I've always been a firm believer that once we're aware of our neurodivergence, we all need to be 'Tapping into our ADHD Gold'. I even created a workshop (check it out here) specifically about this, as I believe that when we reframe our strengths and stop focussing as much on all our challenges and what we can't do, the ADHD genius is given more space to expand!

And this is what we talk about in today’s episode with my guest, Kara Marni, a rising soul and R&B vocalist who has been on a steady ascension since 2019 when she headlined the Pussy Parlure stage at Glastonbury before embarking on a sold-out UK & European tour. In this period, the singer/writer has gone on to support many notable artists, from Lewis Capaldi to Rita Ora, Raye and Ray BLK to name a few, with a string of festivals and high-profile performances to her name, including Reading & Leeds and Glastonbury.

Kara is a family girl who grew up in a house of music (& food) lovers and credits her Greek ancestry for a confident personality, big appetite and big hair. Seldom short of something to say, Kara is a self-professed chatterbox, injecting her creativity and high energy into her lyricism. A self-taught guitarist, Kara recently partnered with supporters Fender as a part of their impressive roster.

On today's ADHD women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Kara speak about:

Focusing the energy of ADHD children in schoolFinding the right educational environment for ADHDKara's passion for music and perfromingThe joy of channelling your hyper-focus positively Being creative over academic in the school systemBeing mindful without meditation Leaning into self-care to prevent burnoutKnowing your energy and how to work with it Choosing to be sober with ADHD

You can find out more about Kara on Instagram, @karamarni 

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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. 

Have a look at some of Kate's workshops and free resources here.

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