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ADHD at work
The fantastic, follow up to the original best guide to adult ADHD
ADHD at work
Many of with ADHD reach a point of being stuck, unsure where to go and unable to move anyways. This book has a unique and helpful prespective.
ADHD at work
An exploration on the adult experience of ADHD and using Sari's three step approach to self-help
ADHD at work
How to develop inner resources for a sense of happiness and fulfilment that is not dependent on outer circumstances
ADHD at work
A profound insight into how meaning gives strength, hope and happiness
ADHD at work
With alarmingly increasing rates of depression in the World and SSRIs poor results, better to seek a cause than manage the symptoms
ADHD at work
A seriously heavy and comprehensive guide to happiness
ADHD at work
Low self esteem comes as part of the package with ADHD, this book has excellent advice in building self esteem
ADHD at work
A classic, a profound and helpful life guide. The New Psychology of love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth”., by M. Scott Peck, a former clinical psychiatrist who shares his insightful client experiences.
ADHD at work
A helpful ADDiction programme but without a spiritual side
ADHD at work
Fun and informative guide to finding happiness in the future
ADHD at work
A very funny, silly video
ADHD at work
Insightful, honest and very funny There have been a few documentaries on ADHD produced over the years, but their format is usually worthy but depressing. The producers focus on cliché. We see naughty, hyper boys with ADHD, with a well meaning but often patronising tone. As adults with ADHD, we watch quite disconnected from the […]
ADHD at work
Find the right help Interview with David Giwerc, President ADD Coaching Academy Andrew: In many ways society conditions us to ask for help with physical challenges but not with mental. I’m quite tall, 6’4″, and I am occasionally asked to reach for something off the top shelf in the supermarket. No one is concerned, there is no judgement […]
ADHD at work
The internet is a great place to meet and discuss ADHD When I first self-diagnosed with ADHD, reading ADHD forums and websites was a complete revelation. All these other people like me, similar problems but also a similar sense of humour, world views, habits and minds. Living with ADHD can seem lonely so finding people […]
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