Driven To Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood. Front Cover. Edward M. Hallowell. Simon and. Boy Without Instructions by Penny Williams Driven to Distraction by Edward M. Hallowell The Explosive Child by Ross W. Greene Child of Mine by Ellyn Satter. Written by M.D. Edward M. Hallowell M.D., John J. Ratey, narrated by John McDonough. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.
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May 23, Lorrie rated it really liked it. I particularly liked the chapters on families with loved ones with ADD, halloewll with adults affected. But that seems harder to get than you’d think.
Loads and loads of people have told me to stop worrying, and I knew they were probably right, but honestly, I had just no idea how to do that! Yet, as I read the case studies, I began to think this psychiatrist had been “reading my mail. Offering encouragement, guidance, and loads of practical tips, Dr. As hallowelll adult with a husband, 2 kids under 4, a full-time job in a classroom and a budding business owner I thought I was lazy, crazy, and something was just missing.
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Learning Outside the Lines is written by two such “academic failures” – that is, two academic failures who graduated from Brown University at the top of their class. I felt that much of the book could’ve been based on my experiences with this disorder.
Peter Shankman, Edward Hallowell – foreword Narrated by: Whether or not you believe that various mental health issues are “real” I think is unfortunat If you sriven typing “ADD is” into Google the top search suggestions are “fake”, “bullshit”, “not real”, and “a myth” so clearly there is still a long way to go towards removing the stigma around this disorder.
In fact, not only is there a reason, but there is much hhallowell can be done about it. It helps to know that you are not alone when it comes to these things.
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Barkley PhD Narrated by: Through vivid t of the experiences of their patients both adults and childrenDrs. My professional life has improved a ton, and my personal life has improved as well. I especially liked the fact that the authors both of whom have ADD so know what they are talking about!
Science moves a lot in 20 years. The narrator was very pleasant. Above all it says: Living and Loving with. The book is informative and helpful. To link to this article: Hallowell provides a set of practical and reliable techniques to show how to sustain a productive mental state. All jokes aside, drven book is expertly written and backed up with both anecdotes and medical studies.
That’s a really weird feeling. It conveys its message in comprehensible, non-jargon that provides several ha,lowell to illustrate the many symptoms and subtypes of ADD that exist. How crazy to read something that so perfectly relates your own narrative?
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Review – Driven to Distraction – ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
This book, which I listened to via audio books, was great. These weren’t very short dstraction either so it made it slightly difficult to stay on track with the book.
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A book with case studies. These 10 steps are perfect for you if you’re looking for more realistic, practical ways to feel good about yourself. One of those people had said, “I think you have ADD yourself” and gave me this book.
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Helps me to understand the syndrome. I’ve been on medication for about 8 weeks now and I cannot believe how this wasn’t caught before.
His voice is soothingly wonderful, and perfect for this potentially challenging topic. Tim Franklin Reading more recent ones might be a good idea since the science is always changing. But this book is very well written and extremely valuable for anyone who thinks they or someone they know might have ADD. Hallowell a few years ago at a conference in which he was the keynote speaker.
Now, next time I feel fuzzy, I will just remember eistraction this is a normal symptom of ADD and not worry so much. Being diagnosed answered a lot of questions, but also left a lot unanswered. The evidence is incontrovertible: