ADD Simplified: Strategies for Minimizing the Effects of Adult ADD and ADHD
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ADD Simplified: Strategies for Minimizing the Effects of Adult ADD and ADHD

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Got ADD? This book is a goldmine of expert strategies on how to minimize the chaos and distraction that rule your everyday life.

Sidney Parker Holt (42) is an AD(H)D "expert from experience," being an ADDer himself. In this book, Holt collects and explains a set of practical strategies and tactics for minimizing the effects of Adult ADD and ADHD in his trademark no-nonsense...more
ebook, 128 pages
Published December 3rd 2010 by Hendrix International Press (first published November 22nd 2010)
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Julia
very basic... too basic? intro to living a better life with ADD. There are much deeper and detailed books books out there but this might be a good place to start, especially if a larger book is too difficult or intimidating for a newly diagnosed person. However if you have read other books, this one could be given a miss.
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