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Understand ADDUnderstanding Girls With AD/HD / by Kathleen G. Nadeau, Ellen Littman, Patricia O. Quinn

A super useful book!, Reviewer: A reader from New Jersey: "As the mother of an 8-year-old ADHD girl, I can't recommend this book enough. It has been totally invaluable in learning to understand and love her (and all her quirks - like chewing on her hair and clothes -- who would have thought that was ADHD related? ) Furthermore, in addition to very valuable and practical information I can use now for her while she is in elementary school, there are sections that I know I will come back to (or read to anticipate) what will go on as she grows older. I think of this book as the "what to expect when you are expecting" book for living with ADHD girls! This is a great book and I, for one, am very grateful that the authors have written this."

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ADDed dimensionThe Added Dimension : Celebrating the Opportunities, Rewards, and Challenges of the Add Experience / by Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo, D. Steven Ledingham

The authors of the national bestseller You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! return with a book that celebrates the special skills, insights, and challenges of adults with attention deficit disorder -- ADD. With wise, clear eyes and well-developed senses of humor, Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo, and D. Steven Ledingham look at the experience of ADDults. Their life- and self-affirming message is that ADD isn't just a disorder, but a different way of thinking. And different doesn't mean worse: it often means better, especially where energy and creativity are concerned. Without minimizing the difficulties ADDers face, they offer encouragement, inspiration, and guidance for dealing with everyday situations and taking advantage of the positive aspects of ADD.

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ADD fogOut of the Fog : Treatment Options and Coping Strategies for Adult Attention Deficit Disorder / by Kevin R. Murphy, Suzanne Levert


FROM BOOKLIST: Murphy, chief of the adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, aided by medical writer LeVert, discusses the recent recognition of attention deficit disorder as a problem that is not outgrown in adolescence, and they cogently summarize the stumbling blocks this affliction creates in the pursuit of a career or attainment of a healthy family life. Other books, such as Hallowell and Ratey's Driven to Distraction (1994) and Kelly and Ramundo's You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy? (1993), have done excellent jobs in alerting readers to ADHD as an issue in adult lives. But Murphy and LeVert's coverage of psychological and medicinal treatment is invaluable. An essential library item. Denise Perry Donavin

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Healing ADDHealing ADD : Simple Exercises That Will Change Your Daily Life / by Thom Hartmann, Thom Hartman, Richard Bandler

The author, Thom Hartmann states: "The simplistic blurb from the publisher's PR flack about this book is *wrong*: it's not about "positive thinking" or "visualizations." The original working title of the book was "Healing from the Pain of Growing Up a Hunter in a Farmer's World," but the publisher shortened it. This book is filled with some of the most powerful and transformational real-world techniques available, derived from neuro-linguistic programming, to heal pain, drop away useless habits, and help ADHD people regain control of their lives as well as their self-esteem. Of all the books on ADHD I've written, this is the most practical in terms of its "you can do this" techniques, and the most sophisticated. As well as an excellent book for parents, adults with ADD, and other lay-people, it's full of advanced techniques for psychotherapists and coaches. The book is even written in an embedded transformational language: as you read it, you'll discover that you're seeing the world in a new way, hearing new and useful internal stories, and feeling powerful and resilient. Just the simple act of reading this book will change your life. SELECTOR'S NOTE: I strongly recommend this book. I can tell you that of the ADD books in this store, this is the top seller. My husband and I have found this book to be most utilitarian.

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ADD creativityAdd and Creativity / by Lynn Weiss


Written by the author of Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults, this book is the only one available that addresses the relationship between A.D.D. and creativity. With real-life stories and inspirational affirmations woven throughout, A.D.D. and Creavity will motivate those with the disorder to find the courage to apply their creative assets and become happier, more confident people.

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lazy,stupid,crazyYou mean I'm not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!: a self-help book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder / Kate Kelly & Peggy Ramundo

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driven to distractionDriven to Distraction: recognizing and coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood to Adulthood / Edward M. Hallowell, John J. Ratey, both M.Ds.

 

Through vivid stories of the experiences of their patients (both adults and children), Drs. Hallowell and Ratey show the varied forms ADD takes--from the hyperactive search for high stimulation to the floating inattention of daydreaming--and the transforming impact of precise diagnosis and treatment. This book offers practical tips on the management and treatment of ADD. The selector for this bookstore considers this book to be mandatory for those who have or deal with ADD people because it emphasizes hope and positive reinforcement as well as a wealth of information of the disease.

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Honey are youHoney, are you listening?: how Attention Deficit Disorder could be affecting your marriage / Dr. Rick Fowler & Jerilyn Fowler

 

ADD is not a disease, and people who have it are in no way "sick." It is a difference--a big difference--in the way the brain handles information. While most people think in one-thing-at-a-time way, the ADD person takes in everything at once. Sometimes they overlook the trees because they see the forest. This can be frustrating for a non-ADD partner who doesn't understand the ADD thought process. However, communication is one area where people with ADD shine; it is well worth learning a few special skills so that you and your ADD spouse can understand each other. On a selector's note, I have read this book and I must say it offered comfort but is written from a highly religious aspect that one needs to sift through and deal with the practical suggestions which are very good.

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Attention Deficit DisorderTotal Concentration: how to understand attention deficit disorders with treatment and guidelines for you and your doctor / Harold N. Levinson, M.D.

 

Five distinct types of concentration disorders are described and defined in this book. the most commonly recognized type is known as ADD and was traced to an inner ear disturbance that disrupts not only the concentration and activity in the brain but also a host of sensorimotor mechanisms responsible for learning disabilities or dyslexia. This book discusses the various treatments for ADD.
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Adult ADD / Thomas A Whiteman, PhD, Michele Novotni, PhD.

 

This book identifies, explains, and dispels the myths surrounding this disorder. It also examines the symptoms of ADD and gives a reasonable method for diagnosis, while emphasizing the importance of being professionally tested. It explores a varety of treatments and provides practical help for overcoming ADD difficulties. This book was written specifically for adults who suffer from ADD.


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ADDA.D.D. on the Job: making your A.D.D. work for you / Lynn Weiss, Ph.D

 

"Should I tell my boss I have ADD? I was late with a job assignment-- again. What can I do? I want to find a more creative line of work, but I'm scared. What should I do? What can I do about my paperwork? I said 'yes' to yet another project I don't have time to take on--why do I do this to myself?" If these questions sound familiar, you are one of millions of Americans confronting A.D.D. on the Job. Although A.D.D. may create problems, it is more often a benefit. Find out how and why in this book.

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ADD SuccessADD success stories: a guide to fulfillment for families with Attention Deficit Disorder / Thom Hartmann

 

Read this book and discover: which occupations are best for people with ADD, how parents of ADD kids successfully juggle work and parenting, how ADD students are thriving--from kindergarten to medical school and how ADDers and their spouses can find happiness in their relationships.


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Think Fast: the ADD experience / edited by Thom Hartmann & Janie Bowman with Susan Burgess

 

This is the first book about what it is like to have ADD. ADD individuals of all ages and professions share their perspectives and knowledge on such subjects as choosing therapy, coping with day-to-day life, career related issues, the particular problems of women with ADD and much more. It is a resource book that can be read from cover to cover or scanned for specific topics. Most of the material was derived from the Compuserve Forum on Attention Deficit Disorder.

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Focus yourenergyFocus your Energy: hunting for success in business with Attention Deficit Disorder / Thom Hartmann

 

"This pithy and inspired book fills a great need in the Attention Deficit Disorder world: A concise, practical guide...Focus your Energy is a gem!"--Edward Hallowell, M.D., coauthor of Driven to Distraction



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Attention Deficit DisorderAttention Deficit Disorder in Adults: Practical help for sufferers and their spouses / Dr. Lynn Weiss

 

Dr. Lynn Weiss, psychotherapist and mother of an ADD son, answers questions of concerned readers, explaining what ADD is, how it manifests itself in adults, and what can be done to cope with it. Readers will find ways to improve self image, the latest thinking on treatment with drugs, visualization techniques, and answers for intimacy problems. There's also a special section for the spouse of an ADD person.

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Living with ADDLiving with ADD: a workbook for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder / M. Susan Roberts, Ph.D, Gerard J. Jansen, Ph.D.

 

This ineractive workbook enables readers who are struggling with the condition to identify the personal problems caused by it and develop skills for coping with them. Readers learn how to assess themselves and work through exercises structured to help them deal with self-esteem issues, change negative or distorted thinking patterns, manage stress, and develop a structured approach to starting and finishing tasks.

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The Key to LivingThe Twelve Steps: a key to living with Attention Deficit Disorder / Friends in Recovery

 

This introduces the spiritual approach of living with ADD. This working guide adapts the 12 steps of AA to ADD in a way that combines structure, self-discovery, and the support of others with the proven sprituual principles of the Twelve Steps.

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Learning DisabilityThe LD Child and the ADHD Child: ways parents and professionals can help / Suzanne H. Stevens

 

"Public libraries will want to purchase this book for their education and parenting collections. It is a brief, upbeat, always realistic look at what problems LD children and parents face at home and school"--Library Journal



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Think ADDRethinking Attention Deficit Disorders / Miriam Cherkes-Julkowski, Susan Sharp, Jonathon Stolzenberg




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Providing parents with expert help by showing parents how to determine which
issues are caused by "normal" teenage development, and which are caused by ADD,
this book also looks specifically at the academic challenges ADD teens face, offering
tips for academic success. Finally it enables parents to look objectively at their ADD
teen, giving guidelines for discipline, guidance, and responsibility.

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For all adults with ADD, this book is designed to be a practical guide for day-to-day
life. No matter where you are in the scenario - curious about ADD, just diagnosed, or
experiencing particular problems - this book will give you effective strategies to help
anticipate and negotiate the challenges that come with the condition. And, for those
who don't have ADD but know someone who does, the insight and guidance will
provide clarity and, it is hoped, options for better ways of relating. Adventures in
Fast Forward is filled with important tools and tactics for self-care and success, and
also includes many personal stories from others that tell how and why these approaches have worked for them. Easy-to-read and packed with information, this
book will help to make understanding and living with ADD so much easier
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This fascinating collaborative effort explores many of the causes, cases and concerns
surrounding ADD. With the insights of clinician Dave Miller and scientist Ken Blum,
Overload gives an in-depth picture of what attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
really looks like, how it's related to addiction, and how it happens in certain people.
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learningADD.gif (6043 bytes) The Power of Mindful Learning / by Ellen J. Langer

 

The New York Times Book Review, Jacques Steinberg
In The Power of Mindful Learning, Ms. Langer, a professor of psychology at Harvard
University, seeks to deflate seven myths of learning that she contends have
undermined American education.... Ms. Langer's hard line against any concerted
memorization seems to go a bit far, particularly when applied to medical students....
Others will have an equally strong reaction, I suspect, to her argument that there is
no such thing as "basic skills." But Ms. Langer is quick to encourage the reader to be
skeptical of her ideas, because, to puncture one myth, there is often more than one
right answer...

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shadow.gif (12719 bytes) Shadow Syndromes / by John J. Ratey, Catherine Johnson

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Freud once said that nobody is "normal," and after reading Shadow Syndromes, you
may well be convinced of that. While more than 50 million Americans suffer from
full-fledged mental illnesses such as depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder,
millions more suffer from milder forms--yet they likely don't realize it. From chronic sadness to low self-esteem to shopping addiction to intermittent rage disorder,
compassionate authors John J. Ratey, M.D. and Catherine Johnson, Ph.D. chronicle
the often-undiagnosed (yet definitely insidious) "shadow" disorders. One of the most
eye-opening points the authors make is that men who "can't commit" to a
relationship may in fact be suffering from an unrecognized adult form of attention
deficit disorder. Shadow Syndromes is thorough, but at the same time it simplifies the technical aspects of mental illnesses--no stacks of footnotes or complicated neurotransmitter charts here. The authors use plenty of anecdotes to illustrate how everyday people have recognized and overcome shadow syndromes. They also prevent the book from becoming one big bundle of bad news by stressing that these disorders are treatable with medications such as Prozac, which Johnson took to handle her mild depression. Specific lifestyle changes are also advised, including more sleep, changes in diet, and more exercise. The "Care and Feeding of the Brain" chapter compiles other empowering, healing approaches. This book will be valuable not only for those who believe they're suffering from a shadow syndrome, but for doctors and therapists as well. --Erica Jorgensen

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Women with Attention Deficit Disorder addresses the millions of withdrawn little girls
and chronically overwhelmed women with ADD who go undiagnosed because they
don't fit the stereotypical notion of people with ADD. They are not fast-talking,
hyperactive, non-attentive, and they are not male. Though the book focuses on ADD, much of what is said also applies to women with ADHD - Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder. Introduction by Kate Kelly and Peggy Ramundo, authors of
You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Crazy or Stupid? Foreword by John J. Ratey, MD, co-author
of Driven to Distraction

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ADD and addictionThe Link Between Add and Addiction : Getting the Help You Deserve /

This book has excellent reviews from Amazon customers that have purchased it. Most expressing gratitude in examining the link between ADD and addiction. Click on the title to read the reviews.

 

 

 

 

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