Survival Tips for Women with AD/HD: Beyond Piles, Palms and Post-Its

Survival Tips for Women with AD/HD: Beyond Piles, Palms and Post-Its

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By (author) Terry Matlen

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  • Publisher: Specialty Press, Incorporated, U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 333 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 216mm x 28mm | 476g
  • Publication date: 1 January 2005
  • Publication City/Country: Florida
  • ISBN 10: 1886941599
  • ISBN 13: 9781886941595
  • Edition statement: Second ed.
  • Sales rank: 257,403

Product description

Women with AD/HD tormented by the daily chores and decisions needed to survive in a world of linear thinking will find solace in this self-help guide. Offering a collection of practical solutions to seemingly simple daily problems, this book will help to relieve the guilt and anxiety so many women have when they feel they don't measure up to the norms of today's society. These proven gems of wisdom, submitted by hundreds of women with AD/HD from all over the world, will help the reader painlessly get through the piles of laundry on her floor and stacks of paper on her desk. Written to accommodate readers with AD/HD who often have difficulty reading a book from cover to cover, this guide is designed like a manual, allowing them to flip through to areas of interest without having to read the entire book to find what they need. Practical tips provide help in dealing with organizational tasks, including paperwork in the home and office, preparing meals, social situations, paying bills on time, household chores, shopping, and personal and family health.

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Terry Matlen, M.S.W., has been an advocate for those with AD/HD for more than a dozen years. She is the leader of AD/HD support groups, the editor of the web site on AD/HD, www.ADDconsults.com, an author of articles on AD/HD, a sought-after speaker at conferences, and former member of the board of directors of the Attention Deficit Disorder Association. She lives in Birmingham, Michigan.