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Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2021
I'm confused..... this book seems oddly different than authors' prior works.......

:-( :-( :-(

Now.... my bookmark is at 3/4ers and the authors say something like "go out and have a good life." What? I'm at the end of the book? YUP! The remaining 1/4 is fluff. AND THIS IS A THIN BOOK TO BEGIN WITH OF T-W-O AUTHORS' work. <([See pix])>

Bless the doctors for their previous work which was profuse, in CONTRAST to this sparse 2.0. But.... "every brain has to find its own way in life," right?

I'll conject their deadline was the 2020 elections.... and, so, their purpose????? Could their purpose be their chapter on
E-N-V-I-R-O-N-M-E-N-T-S
that the authors say either (1) exacerbates or (2) placates ADHD symptoms? And could such favorable environments uniquely and profusely manifest in upper-levels of caucasian heredity simply because of this heredity? Or are these more cultured peoples (heredity), in reality, be of pragmatically LEARNED sensitivities to experienced negative stimulus and so to stringently be avoided?

It strikes me that the message the authors intend is that those who gain favor, in some way, like higher education, are labeled from putting the less fortunate in an arena of being described as offensive, despicable and deplorable. That when my hard work [or my ancesters or theirs'] achieves life's improvements then I simultaneously get awarded the negative title of "privileged." As if I don't deserve what I worked for? Should I be penalized for advancing myself? Climbing the proverbial ladder of success is, in reality, DESERVED damnation according to these authors?
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1.0 out of 5 stars This book is confusing TO ME... but otherwise thin on content
By aVeryVeryLongTime Customer on March 5, 2021
I'm confused..... this book seems oddly different than authors' prior works.......

:-( :-( :-(

Now.... my bookmark is at 3/4ers and the authors say something like "go out and have a good life." What? I'm at the end of the book? YUP! The remaining 1/4 is fluff. AND THIS IS A THIN BOOK TO BEGIN WITH OF T-W-O AUTHORS' work. <([See pix])>

Bless the doctors for their previous work which was profuse, in CONTRAST to this sparse 2.0. But.... "every brain has to find its own way in life," right?

I'll conject their deadline was the 2020 elections.... and, so, their purpose????? Could their purpose be their chapter on
E-N-V-I-R-O-N-M-E-N-T-S
that the authors say either (1) exacerbates or (2) placates ADHD symptoms? And could such favorable environments uniquely and profusely manifest in upper-levels of caucasian heredity simply because of this heredity? Or are these more cultured peoples (heredity), in reality, be of pragmatically LEARNED sensitivities to experienced negative stimulus and so to stringently be avoided?

It strikes me that the message the authors intend is that those who gain favor, in some way, like higher education, are labeled from putting the less fortunate in an arena of being described as offensive, despicable and deplorable. That when my hard work [or my ancesters or theirs'] achieves life's improvements then I simultaneously get awarded the negative title of "privileged." As if I don't deserve what I worked for? Should I be penalized for advancing myself? Climbing the proverbial ladder of success is, in reality, DESERVED damnation according to these authors?
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