Adult ADD: a reader friendly guide to identifying, understanding, and treating adult attention deficit disorder
Written especially for adults who suffer from ADD, this book works with the reader--providing highlighted summaries and true stories to illustrate the information. A valuable resource, Adult ADD also brings a better understanding of adult ADD to professional caregivers and the families, friends, and coworkers of ADD sufferers. Book jacket.
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Read This First An Introduction
Naming the Beast
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