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Hallowell and Ratey embrace the idea that success in life comes more from playing to your strengths than overcoming your weaknesses. In the case of a person with ADD (child or adult), these strengths often include unusually high levels of creativity, charisma, intelligence, and energy. The authors insist that, while medication and other treatments can sometimes work wonders in reducing limitations, surrounding yourself with people who promote these positive traits, be they in your personal or professional life, is the single most important element to living well with ADD. As both Hallowell and Ratey are not only experts in the field, but "ADDers" themselves, the tips and stories they share for how to do so are fresh, funny, and far more helpful than tired arguments over drugs verse no drugs or whether theres even such a thing as ADD at all.--Patrick Jennings --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Want to know more about ADD this is your book. The author is a little morally liberal, but the science is good.Published 1 day ago by Frank Cummings
It's worth it to get through this book. As an adult with undiagnosed ADD it took me three months! But it was worth it! Offers excellent insight and resources.Published 3 days ago by Loretta Douglas
Just found out I have a touch of adhd. Explained much. Puzzle pieces fell right into place. I understand myself and situation better post reading.Published 15 days ago by Z. Ellis
Great book. If you are ADHD then this book was written for you. The style also accommodates ADHD people because it is anticipated that you may not read a complete chapter but skip... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Sweet_Hawaiian_Honey
I haven't finished it yet, but I love how the authors emphasize embracing the positive aspects of the ADD mind--the energy, intense focus, and creativity, etc. Read morePublished 29 days ago by gfrierson
I started listening to audio book on a trip home. I heard some really interesting points. After listening some more, I saw the restaurant I wanted to go to. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Westwood