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Living with ADD: A Workbook for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (New Harbinger Workbooks)by M Susan Roberts
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An estimated 3 to 10 million adults in the US struggle with the symptoms of attention-deficit disorder (ADD.) If you're among this group, this interactive workbook will enable you to identify the personal problems caused by your condition and develop skills for coping with it. Learn how to assess yourself and the ways in which ADD affects your daily life. Then, work through exercises structured to help you deal with self-esteem issues; find out how to change distorted thought patterns, manage stress, and develop a structured approach to starting and finishing tasks. Final chapters offer specific suggestions for handling common problems at work and school, dealing with intimate relationships, and finding support.
Interactive exercises help readers deal with self-esteem issues, change distorted thought patterns, manage stress and develop a structured approach to starting and finishing tasks. Includes strategies for handling common problems at work & school, dealing with intimate realtionships and finding support.
This workbook enables adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) to identify the personal problems caused by the condition and deal with and minimize those problems. Although medication has been shown to help adults with ADD, this workbook provides an alternative (or complement) to conventional treatment. Charts and tables.
About the Author
M. Susan Roberts, PhD, is a behavioral psychologist for South Shore Mental Health Center and clinical director of the Emergency Services Inpatient Unit at Fuller Hospital, in Attleboro, MA. She is the author of Living Without Procrastination.
Gerard J. Jansen, PhD, is a financial analyst with a major software company in the Boston area.
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