You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! : The Classic Self-help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder, Paperback Book

You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! : The Classic Self-help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder Paperback

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"You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy?!" is one of the best-selling titles on ADD ever written.

The first book about adult ADD, and the first one written by adults with ADD, it explores the latest science, diagnostic process, and treatment options and provides both moral support and practical tips for reducing chaos and disorganization, improving memory, and forging better relationships at home and work.

This updated edition includes almost twenty-five percent new material covering important developments in adult ADD research - from ADD's effects on sexuality to the different ways in which ADD affects men and women.

Ramundo and Kelly also examine the often-overlooked positive effects of ADD.

With more than 200,000 copies in print, "You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy?!" is already an essential reference for anyone facing the challenges of adult ADD.

This new edition is a perfect blend of strategies for daily life and must-have medical information - an inspiring resource that enables the millions of adults living with ADD to finally take control.

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After years of half-joking about having an attention disorder, I finally started looking for a good resource for adults. This particular monograph hits the mark on staying away from some of the major problems many self-help books suffer from. The book is written in accessible language and immediately takes the pressure off of the potentially ADD reader by providing clues on how to successfully peruse the book. More than its practicality, the book is built on thoughtfully processed data about adults with variations of attention disorders. The book provides reliable information on potential resources and strongly supports the reader in obtaining a formal diagnosis in order to make a workable plan to manage the disorder.