Adult ADD: A Reader Friendly Guide to Identifying, Understanding, and Treating Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

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Pinon Press, 1995 - Medical - 269 pages
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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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User Review  - Christfried Rosemann -

If you feel like ADD would be something you suffer from - buy this book, work through it and you will see a clearer picture. It is a very good guide on this self-discovery that gives a very balanced view on different aspects of this phenomenon. Especially practical steps to take. Read full review


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Thomas Whiteman, Ph.D., is the founder and president of Life Counseling Services and a director of Fresh Start Seminars. He is the author or coauthor of fourteen books and lives in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.

She is an associate professor in the graduate counseling program at Eastern College in St. Davids, Pennsylvania & a licensed psychologist in private practice.

William J. Petersen is senior editor of Revell and the author of more than twenty books, including "25 Surprising Marriages." He lives in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. Randy Petersen, a freelance writer, is the author or coauthor of over twenty-five books, including "The 100 Most Important Events in Christian History." He lives in Westville, New Jersey.

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