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ADHD According to Zoë: The Real Deal on Relationships, Finding Your Focus, and Finding Your Keys Paperback – September 1, 2013
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"With great wisdom and humor, Kessler shows what was going on in there before her ADHD diagnosis, and what remarkable changes happened after. ADHD According to Zoë is full of stories you'll recognize, insights, and great Try this! ideas readers can apply to their own lives. Don’t miss it if you’re still grappling with the What the heck was that?! aspects of ADHD!"
Melissa Orlov, author of the award-winning The ADHD Effect on Marriage
"ADHD According to Zoë is a must-read for any woman with ADD or ADHD. Kessler skillfully does what few authors have done for ADHDshe combines great storytelling with accurate facts about the condition. She brings ADHD to life in a real way, and dares to talk about topics that most doctors would shudder to write about. This book will educate you, entertain you, and most importantly, enlighten you about how to live well with the unique brain wiring that is ADHD."
Kenny Handelman, MD, psychiatrist, ADHD expert, and author of Attention Difference Disorder
"ADHD often leaves women living in shame and isolation, without hope and a fear of being found out. These are the greatest hurdles for women with ADHD. Kessler courageously and openly shares her story in an authentic and authoritative voice. This book is a must-read for anyone with ADHD who wants to end their own internal shame and blame and find understanding, comfort, and hope in their ADHD journey. You are NOT alone! Thank you Zoë!"
Nancy A. Ratey, EdM, strategic life coach and author of The Disorganized Mind
"ADHD According to Zoë kept me spellbound from the first page to the last. Reading more like a novel than a self-help book, Kessler’s words pull the reader in as we follow her ADHD escapades, from embarrassing blunders at social events to playing air guitar in the middle of the street. Think Pippi Longstocking all grown up! Yet, she awards the readers not only with her humor, but with the life lessons she shares as a woman living with ADHD. I'll be recommending this one to my clients!"
Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW, nationally recognized authority specializing in women with ADHD, author of Survival Tips for Women with ADHD, and founder of addconsults.com
"ADHD According to Zoë is a refreshing, warm, and inspiring addition to the ADHD world. Women with ADHD are often underdiagnosed, underserved, and misunderstood. Women tend to connect best with other women with ADHD who are brave enough to share their journey. Kessler not only shares her journey, she bares her soul to help you on your ADHD journey."
Michele Novotni, PhD, psychologist, ADHD coach, and author of What Does Everybody Else Know that I Don't
"ADHD According to Zoë is a must-have, spellbinding portrayal of a woman with ADHD that is also rooted in the latest science. Kessler describes her personal journey, creating a new sense of hope for all women with ADHD so that they may fulfill their potential and reach their dreams. It a wonderful resource book full of helpful, practical tips for living life with ADHD."
Tim Bilkey, Hons, BSc, MD, FRCP(C), director at Ontario Bilkey ADHD Clinic
About the Author
Foreword writer Patricia O. Quinn, MD, is the author of the award-winning Attention, Girls! A Guide to Learning about Your ADHD and 100 Questions and Answers about ADHD in Women and Girls. She cofounded the National Center for Girls and Women with ADHD in 1997, and is currently the director.
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Top Customer Reviews
Kessler seems to walk the road of diagnosis-blame and self-awareness with finesse, owning up to feelings she has hurt while making sure she pursues endeavors that will work with her ADHD, rather than against it. I like her writing style and look forward to picking up a copy of her first book: “Adoption Reunions.”
Read my full review here: http://anakalianwhims.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/hyper-focus-vs-distraction/
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