A.D.D. and Creativity: Tapping Your Inner Muse
The author discusses the ways in which your creativity may have been inhibited and the many different ways you can release your creative juices and live a creative life. Weaving in real-life stories of many A.D.D. adults, Weiss offers a comprehensive explanation of what A.D.D. really is and how it affects your thought processes. She dismisses the notions that A.D.D. is a disease that requires medication or that it is an excuse to avoid your creativity. She explains that instead, A.D.D. is merely a different type of thought process that can give you unique insights and abilities. In this book, Weiss will teach you to nurture your creative talents so that you can lead a more fulfilling life. She includes: how to identify your particular talents and abilities; how to overcome inhibitions and regain your lost creativity; how to use your creativity in the workplace or to make a living; how to improve your life and the lives around you using your innate creative abilities. - Cover.
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