Why ADHD Doesn't Mean Disaster provides a realistic, encouraging perspective from parents who have raised children with ADHD, as well as some who have ADHD themselves. Filled with insights, personal stories and sound medical expertise, this book gives parents facing the challenges of handling ADHD hope that breaks through the hype.
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Review 1 for Why ADHD Doesn't Mean Disaster
Date:April 29, 2010
This book should be read by anyone who is an influence in your childs life. I would love to give a copy of this each year to my son's teachers. This gives a whole new perspective of how to understand what my son's experiencing from adults and young adults who have struggled with and overcome the symptoms. As well as offering a positive outlook it also explains how to use the symptoms to their advantage.
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Review 2 for Why ADHD Doesn't Mean Disaster
Date:September 7, 2007
This book is wonderful! It gave me hope and a new perspective on ADHD. I now approach ADHD like a personality type and a gift in many ways, and that has opened my daughters' world up so much. A must have for any parent with an ADHD or an adult who struggles with themselves because they have it.