The ADHD in Adults Fix: Practical and Empowering Tips on Creating a More Productive and Less Chaotic Life Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Have you ever suspected that you might have a real problem with concentration and focus?
Do you find yourself getting upset because you feel like you’re failing at different areas of your life?
Or, maybe you have noticed that some technically easy things for an adult are not that simple for you?
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are not alone in this, and you are not a failure; you may have undiagnosed attention deficit disorder (ADHD) as an adult.
More often than not, we hear about ADHD in children and coping mechanisms for them in school. But we don’t hear about what it is like to live with ADHD as an adult and managing the real-life challenges of adulthood with this disorder.
From employment to relationships and finances, there are real implications when we struggle with organization and focus in our everyday lives. It is not too late to understand these challenges and find ways to deal with them.
In a 2013 study titled “Occupational issues of adults with ADHD” in the journal BMC Psychiatry, Marios Adamou et al. studied the various ways ADHD can significantly affect adults with ADHD when it comes to finding employment, succeeding at their work, and keeping a job. The research showed that many occupations are not set up to work well for those with concentration challenges, and those with ADHD need to take additional steps if they want to be successful.
On the bright side, did you know that traits of ADHD can actually benefit you and give you an advantage?
This guide, based on scientific research and evidence, will reveal what those benefits are and how you can begin using them immediately.
In this guide, you will find:
- The 10 most common ways ADHD could affect your performance at work and hinder your chance for the opportunities you deserve
- How to find jobs you would excel at, thanks to your ADHD and how to get started
- What you need to know about treating ADHD with medications so you can live and feel like a normal person
- Why ADHD is hurting your relationships more than you realize (and the nine key steps to master your social skills before you push everyone away for good)
- What cognitive-behavioral therapy is and how it can quickly make daily life much easier for you
- One simple trick to stop your impulse spending and, finally, get hold of your finances (before your power gets cut off)
- What insurance you need when it comes to driving with ADHD (better safe than sorry!)
- How celebrities like Justin Timberlake, Richard Branson, and Whoopi Goldberg have used ADHD on their way to success
ADHD is a disorder that continues to be researched, but as an adult, you don’t have the time to wait for the perfect cure. You need real and proven strategies and coping mechanisms before your life spirals out of control because of ADHD.
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 2 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 26, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#16,258 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#21 in Attention Deficit Disorders
#49 in Children's Health (Audible Books & Originals)
#77 in Attention Deficit & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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TLDR: I recommend checking this out if you’re like me and struggling with life and you have ADH(oooh look a squirrel!!).
1. Brevity: only 122 pages (204 hardcover). So if you have a short attention span, this book is for you.
2. Practical: full of useful, actionable tips. If, like me, you doze off when reading long winded anecdotes about how someone missed a deadline, this book is for you, because I haven’t come across any. It’s also literally not long enough to contain them.
3. Actionable: I’m on chapter 3 (so I might revise the review after finishing) but, I almost never get to chapter 3 on any book these days. So the fact I got this far should mean something. I nearly broke down because whst I struggle with on a day to day basis has clicked into place.
ADHD has a ton of comorbidities, and the author made me felt seen and understood in a clear and matter of fact way. No fluff, sugar coating, just clearly written/narrated knowledge and tips.
(To reiterate, I haven’t finished the book, but Im getting another copy of this for my ADHD friends because the first few chapters are so helpful to me).