Being UnNormal

In this episode, Kimberly Berry of Embracing Intensity ep. 95, and I talk about what twice exceptionality is, why hard work can be more important than IQ, and the intersection of gifted children and mental health. Listen here!

Podcasts I'm On

Mindfully Creative

It was super fun to geek out about essential oils for creativity with fellow intense and creative podcaster and Embracing Intensity ep. 63 guest Sharon Burton! Listen here!

The Fringy Bit

I love listening to Jon and Embracing Intensity ep. 83 guest Heather Boorman discuss parenting intense kids. As therapists with a great sense of humor, it is always refreshing to hear their take on parenting. In this episode, I laughed to tears as we talked about how men and women process intensity differently. Give it a listen!

See in ADHD

I had so much fun chatting with guest host Tom Sardine on Embracing Intensity ep. 27 guest Jennie Friedman's podcast See in ADHD! The most entertaining part of this interview was hearing Tom's story about how he cheated his way OUT of the gifted program as a child! Listen here!

ADHD reWired

Eric Tivers' ADHD reWired podcast was my first podcast interview! We connected about a year earlier before my podcast launched. I told him I wasn't sure yet if my son was ADHD or (in hushed voice - just gifted and bored). This made me realize that it's much easier to talk about ADHD than giftedness. Give it a listen!

Other Media

Elephant Journal

My first guest post was on Elephant Journal called F@#! Positive Thinking!It got enough hits that it became a featured post!

Huffington Post

I became a Huffington Post contributor with this post I wrote on Why I Wore Orange For My Weddingand it got picked up by a few other publications, including the Daily Mail which prompted me to write about That Time I Got Trolled By Muggles. I also wrote a piece on the Mom Owned Business group I'm in called MOB Mentality: A New Way for Women to Connect & Thrive.


My first ever interview I was on YouTube with Melissa Opie, who was later on Embracing Intensity: Use Your Fire Without Getting Burned - Interview With Aurora Remember