ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - is one of the childhood disorders becoming more and more common in recent years. This is a neurobehavioral disorder, which starts to develop during childhood and may persist into adulthood. The defining characteristics of ADHD are difficulty keeping focus and attention, hyperactivity, and difficulty in controlling the different behaviors.
Are you living with ADHD? Are you seeing symptoms of your child, partner, or close friend of ADHD or ADD? What is this disorder? How do you deal with it, control it, begin to learn to live with it? This book will help you with all aspects of the disorder, but most importantly it will assist you in establishing a foundation to begin the necessary steps to reduce is symptoms and to live a normal life.
Learn all the symptoms and symptoms for both children and adults. Discover your treatments options for eliminating the symptoms and controlling the disorder! Most importantly, learn how to live with ADHD in either a child or an adult. This book does not only help those with the disorder but also helps the loving people who step up and take care of those with the disorder.
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If you would like to learn about how to diagnosis everyone around you and the misconceptions about adhd this is perfect for you if you are looking for comprehensive, definitive, strategies and how to implement them effectively this is not the right book the only advice I have taken from the author is at the end of the book where I was suggested to read more about strategy's to handle adhd (Ironically I was under the impression this is what I was doing by purchasing your book?)
"Avoiding getting depressed from repeated mistakes."
laughter works like a medicine. I've been using this strategy for a long time to cope with my adult add.
"Fast reading robot attacks disjointed narrative"
This book was so awful narrated that I had to listen to it at half speed to absorb the content, but perhaps the narrator is not entirely to blame as the narrative was disjointed and seemed to lack structure. The author changed subject abruptly which along with the turbo narration ironically made this book on strategies for dealing with ADHD , difficult to stick with.
The content was useful but the book contains nothing that can not be found in other Audible book that are of a similar price and duration and also are easier to absorb.
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