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Adult ADHD: The Complete Guide to Living with, Understanding, Improving, and Managing ADHD or ADD as an Adult!

By: Ben Hardy
Narrated by: Justin S. Sewall
Length: 33 mins
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Summary

ADHD is most commonly associated with children, however it can also affect adults.

Many people that have ADHD as children continue to be affected by the disorder throughout adulthood.

In fact, a lot of people are never diagnosed with ADHD as children and don't discover that they have it until they are well into adulthood.

This guide will explain to you exactly how ADHD presents itself in adults, and how to tell if you or a loved one may have the condition.

Further to this, you will learn some key steps for the self-management of ADHD as an adult, and how to improve your quality of life in spite of the disorder.

You will discover how to understand the signs and symptoms, what professionals to consult for extra help, what different treatment plans are available, and also how to use self-help techniques to improve and manage ADHD.

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pretty useless

after having adhd all my life and with it already diagnosed but at the age of 30 this didnt tell me anything i didnt already know before finds the title misleading i do not think this is a complete guide at all i feel this is very short does not go into detail and skims around the corners into something that can only be described as he looked up some things on the internet we can all do that and i have , he took 30 mins to describe something that i already knew and put into practice every day , if you have done no research on anything to do with adhd this book is for you , if you took the time to research anything you could find out for yourself in less than it takes him to read it and in more detail than he goes into in less than that , other books may or may not be better , but this i find is false advertising for me at least i find it does it in a general way , finds this is nothing you cannot find on the internet if you look. this needs to be reviewed by someone who has the condition or knows someone with it nothing in this even comes close to living with it , i live with this every day some of the points made are pretty much common sense ..... for me its a no , for me in all my research on the subject its a massive step back to anyone with adhd if your lazy and dont want to goggle buy this book even tho its very short and doesnt go into any detail about living with the condition , complete guide false advertising it should be called this is what adhd is or adhd does and donts for dummies not a complete guide what so ever

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  • Charles H.
  • 04-11-18

ok if your brand new to ADHD. otherwise old news


ok if your brand new to ADHD. otherwise old news
not much insite. for me anyway.

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  • SuperDave
  • 03-04-19

The basics

A solid introduction on ADHD, its symptoms, and the havoc it can wreak on those with ADHD and those the love. Good suggestions on getting started on dealing with these issues.

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