I highly recommend it for any parent researching their child's ADHD diagnosis.
One of the best things that came out of reading this book was that it made me realize I don't need to force my child to conform to the norm.
Both the "hunter theory" and the "Edison Gene" assist ADDers in finding their place in today's society... or just make their own spot.
Best Book on ADHD in the past decade. A must read for all parents, school teachers, administrators, and those interested in the brain development in general.Published 4 months ago by Sirhikesalot
Very interested in this subject as it applies to possibly me and others close to me. Haven't read much yet but, am interested in the subject. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Beth A. Thornton
I read this book to help my boy, but found myself. We will both benefit greatly. For more words given.Published 8 months ago by John G. Lackey
Anyone who is a hunter, or parent of one should read this book which gives finally an appropriate context, and adequate description of what today is called a "condition" to... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shango
I loved this book. It is a thought provoking and absolutely needed perspective on ADHD, elaborating, not just the challenges of the diagnosis, but the positive traits that can help... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lisa A Bishop
As a 53-year-old woman just recently diagnosed with ADHD, I have been reading a lot of books & articles on the subject. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Penny Duncan
Guy totally missed the boat, ADHD is an evolutionary coping mechanism. The same thing is true for most social mammals, when under stress, mammalian species give birth to... Read morePublished 11 months ago by agaragar21
To an ADD mind (mine), the thesis in this book feels both amazing and familiar. It rings true. Reading this book is like switching the lights on and suddenly seeing the world... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Doniphon