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This short, easy to read book should be very useful for those who have ADD.
The book even wraps up with ideas for "living out loud" and not just getting by day to day but doing things for yourself that you actually deserve to experience.
For those with ADD, Jennifer Koretsky offers solutions in "Odd One Out" for living with the challenges of ADD.
The title of this book is very inspiring. So I expected more than the usual advice; for example: get a calendar, take time to plan, etc. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Historian155
This book didn't have a lot going for it, the information and tips of the most basic kind. The book left me regretting my purchase, which is an unusual reaction for me.Published 9 months ago by T.
This book was easy to read and even easier to relate to. I love the advice and the overall message of embracing your imperfections and beginning a maverick!Published 12 months ago by Emma Berger
It sounded like a motivational book with a positive outlook on ADD syntoms . Very easy to read, Good ADD managment toolsPublished 16 months ago by eileen moreno
I found myself thinking "I could have written this book"! It is really nice to have my thoughts/feelings validated by another person. Read morePublished 19 months ago by M. CHASE
I've read so many books on ADD and by far this was one of the best. Thank you Ms. Koretsky!Published 22 months ago by Kimberly A. Roth
I truly do not remember this book unless it was on my kindle I did not read it. I thought I was add and found out I was notPublished on January 22, 2013 by Christine Farris
I was looking for significantly more practical tips, not theoretical ideas like take a break to combat overwhelm!! Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Nana Sue
Odd One Out was a pretty helpful book in some way. But for those like myself, "struggling" with adult ADD, one nig problem I found was... Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Meli09