Books on adult add
About seven months ago, I got diagnosed with adult ADHD —something that somehow made complete sense and came as a total surprise. I thought I had a pretty good grasp on my mental health, from my experiences with depression and anxiety to certain patterns stemming from my childhood, but ADHD? I had never considered it. But when my psychiatrist brought it to my attention as a possible explanation for why I was struggling so hard with my mental health, I slowly realized how much sense it would make—and how many misconceptions I had about ADHD.
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ADHDers have an enthusiasm for learning, which gives you a passion for life, makes you fascinating company and one of the reasons why you seem much younger than your biological years. There are many ways to gather information including,watching TV, attending lectures, listening to podcasts and surfing websites. However, there is something compelling about books. They are affordable, allow you to do dive deep into any topic and learn from the greatest minds in the world today and throughout history.
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What Is Adult ADHD? Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Getting married usually means you have someone to share the ups and downs of life with. This person becomes your partner in running the household and possibly parenthood, and you provide each other with emotional support. If your partner has ADHD , your relationship can become lopsided if you find yourself taking care of your partner's responsibilities as well as your own. At times, you might feel like your spouse is someone you need to corral, organize, and direct like a child rather than a partner. In these situations, non-ADHD spouses can feel isolated, distant, overwhelmed, resentful, angry, critical, and accusatory, while partners with ADHD feel nagged at, rejected, and stressed.
Tuckman has provided us with a richly detailed discussion of ADHD in adults and especially how it should be managed, directly written for the adult with ADHD in mind. Wonderfully supportive and informative, this book provides countless recommendations for addressing the myriad symptoms of poor self-control and time management, inattention and disorganization, and impulsive and careless behavior that afflicts nearly every major domain of life activities for adults. The book should prove enormously instructive for both adults with ADHD and for clinicians who specialize in its diagnosis and management. Written in a clear and easy-to-understand style, the book brings together a vast amount of information, ideas, suggestions, and research.
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