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"ADD in adults is turning out to be among the most impairing disorders seen in outpatient mental health clinics in terms of the number of major life activities that it adversely affects and the severity with which it impacts each of them. One such domain is that of money management. In this first-ever book devoted to the impact of adult ADD on one’s financial life, the authors do a masterful job of both providing a review of the most common problem areas adults with ADD are likely to experience as well as a richly detailed set of recommendations for how best to try and resolve those problems. The book will be of tremendous benefit to not only adults with ADD, but their spouses/partners, parents or other family members, and clinicians who routinely specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of ADD in adults."
Russell A. Barkley, PhD, clinical professor of psychiatry at Medical University of South Carolina and research professor of psychiatry at SUNY Upstate Medical University
"The guidelines and inventories in this self-help manual can enable people with ADD to make the most of their treatment. While medicine improves core symptom problems, these financial management skills can further reduce ADD consequences and impairments."
Richard L. Rubin, MD, director of Vermont Clinical Study Center and adjunct associate professor at Dartmouth Medical College
Ugh, I have to agree with the reviewer who felt like this was written at a 5th grade level--simplistic, patronizing, even insulting in parts, painful to read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Baby Lincoln
It's a very short book to begin with, and it goes too much in depth on too-specific topics. For example, a whole page is taken up with a list of free/cheap things to do if you're... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kristi Holcomb
Most of the information is a rehash. Not much for dealing with the impulse buying that can mark ADD and money.Published 18 months ago by Kit Smith
I just finished this excellent book, ADD and Your Money: A Guide to Personal Finance for Adults with Attention-Deficit Disorder, by Stephanie Moulton Sarkis PhD and Karl Klein,... Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by Curtis Chambers