The Added Dimension: Celebrating the Opportunities, Rewards, and Challenges of the Add Experience
Simon and Schuster, Jul 23, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 268 pages
The authors of the national bestseller You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! return with a book that celebrates the special skills, insights, and challenges of adults with attention deficit disorder -- ADD.
With wise, clear eyes and well-developed senses of humor, Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo, and D. Steven Ledingham look at the experience of ADDults. Their life- and self-affirming message is that ADD isn't just a disorder, but a different way of thinking. And different doesn't mean worse: it often means better, especially where energy and creativity are concerned. Without minimizing the difficulties ADDers face, they offer encouragement, inspiration, and guidance for dealing with everyday situations and taking advantage of the positive aspects of ADD.
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Review: The ADDed Dimension: Everyday Advice For Adults With AddUser Review - Goodreads
Interesting take with a touch of humor about the daily lives of people who think different or have AD/HD and learning differences
Review: The ADDed Dimension: Everyday Advice For Adults With AddUser Review - Cathryn Dolly - Goodreads
This is another book i still read because this is more of the common themes that add people face everyday with various issues. (Another book i read is Add and Creativity by Lynn Weiss) The reson i got ... Read full review
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