ADHD Workbook for Adults: Skills to Improve Concentration, Organization, Stress Management in Difficult Situations: Including Work, School, and Personal Relationships Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
If you want to know about different strategies to bring your ADHD symptoms under control, then keep reading....
Looking for a comprehensive guide to help you through different daily challenges of ADHD? Then you are in the right place because this book is a complete encyclopedia of everything that you need to know about ADHD in adults. It not only includes all the latest findings in this field but also talks about some unique perspectives. Several of the popular questions have been addressed in this book. We all know that ADHD patients are unable to maintain a sustained focus on anything they do, but why does that happen? In this book, you will get to know the answers to several such unanswered questions. You will also learn how the ADHD brain is different from that of a normal person.
Are you wondering whether ADHD has a treatment or not? Yes, it does. Even though ADHD is a lifelong condition, with advancements in modern medicine, there are so many ways in which you can control the symptoms of flaring up. Everything in this book has been explained in a way that is understandable to all. You will get to know which treatments are safe and which are not. If you are looking for a book that will help you debunk the common myths surrounding ADHD and look for scientific evidence, then this is it. You are going to find all of that here. There is valuable information in this book that every layman can understand from the diagnosis of this disorder to its management.
In this book, you are going to learn from the experts what it means to live with ADHD. Do you have to bear the burden of the symptoms throughout your life, or are the coping strategies really helpful? The user-friendly format of the book will not bore you. The proven techniques mentioned in this book will help you overcome procrastination, self-blame, disorganization, time management, and so on. The simple and quick takeaways of this book make it engaging and easy to remember.
Here is a list of all the major points that have been covered in this book:
- Becoming productive with ADHD
- How can mindfulness help ease the symptoms?
- Can therapy really help?
- Dealing with ADHD blame
- And more
Even if you think your ADHD symptoms are beyond treatment, you need to give this book a try because it has been specially curated for adults suffering from ADHD. Written in an engaging style, the book will help you step in the right direction.
This book is an indispensable source of information for all ADHD patients and their family members. It is a lifesaver for everyone, and its goal is to help you understand this disorder. If you are feeling puzzled by your symptoms, then this book will help you understand why they are happening. So, if you want to know about these interesting things and also lead a better life, scroll up and click on the "Buy Now" button!
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 37 minutes|
|Author||Gerald Paul Clifford|
|Audible.com Release Date||December 11, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #32,442 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#36 in Attention Deficit Disorders
#114 in Children's Health (Audible Books & Originals)
#155 in Attention Deficit & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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There are two big issues with this book for me. 1) the author often talks down to the reader/people with ADHD. He often refers to “fixing” your life and going back to being “normal.” He brings up that a certain percentage of criminals have ADHD without also mentioning that correlation doesn’t equal causation. He doesn’t get into WHY mentally ill people are more often criminalized, or really even expand on why that is important. It is all very surface level. I got this book to better understand my own condition and learn some skills, but after reading the first few pages I felt almost ashamed for having ADHD. It’s a mental illness, not something that is magically “fixed,” even if you learn skills and treatments, you aren’t suddenly “back to normal.”
2) this book seems like it was not edited or revised whatsoever, which is EXTREMELY distracting, especially if you have ADHD! I can understand a few typos, but this made it hard for me to focus while reading. I found myself stumbling over awkwardly phrased sentences, typos, missing (or extra) words, and then needing to stop and read the sentence multiple times in order to get the meaning. I don’t mean to be a grammar snob at all, but sometimes this book is so confusing that I can’t get to the meaning. It is also repetitive and not concise. In one section, the author goes over two common types of ADHD (inattentive and then hyperactive/impulsive). In each section, he has five or six sentences that basically boil down to: “inattentive is when you are inattentive and you might also be hyperactive or impulsive but not as much as you are inattentive.” He doesn’t really define the terms, or give examples for what this could be. He also randomly switches between talking to the reader directly (you may feel _____) and then talking in the third person (someone with ADHD will be _____).
This book is confusing because sometimes the information is great, the skills are helpful, and it made me feel valid in some of the stuff I struggle with. But other times it is confusing, strangely condescending, and reads like a high schooler writing an essay trying to reach a word limit. If the author was giving a presentation about ADHD with this information, I think it would be great, but in written form it is clunky, confusing, and distracting. The last thing I need as an inattentive ADHD person is an adhd workbook that distracts me so much I can barely get through it. All in all, I would not recommend.
For me I had audible read it to me as I highlighted important things and followed along it’s the best way for me to take in the information. Anyone feelings hopeless with ADHD this books for you!
Top reviews from other countries
Typos, elementary concepts, and the way the sentences are constructed felt like I was reading the notes of a second grader's oral presentation. Really... So uninsightful. No supported data, no reference to research when there are SOME statistics... It just reads like a completely unprofessional book. Do not buy. I am exchanging it and trying another : "Thriving with Adult ADHD: Skills to Strengthen Executive Functioning" by Phil Boissiere MFT.