A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD: Embrace Neurodiversity, Live Boldy, and Break Through Barriers
About this deal
Chapter 3 is written by Professor Peter Hill, a professor and consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry who has held senior posts at Great Ormond Street Hospital and St George's, University of London. Their lives impacted by a society that is largely disinterested in understanding ADHD outside of the male framework. We are aware that ADHD and Autism and other neurodivergent thinking styles such as dyslexia, language difficulties, dyspraxia etc co-occur and that there is significant misdiagnosis of bipolar which is in fact due to burnout and masking. In Women with ADHD, you will learn more about ADHD and how to manage it effectively, how to manage working relationships, how to organize your time and money, improve the romantic relationship with your partner, manage relationships with others who may not understand ADHD, and manage your emotions. You will also learn practical tips for maintaining a healthy mind through nutrition, sports, and meditation.
D. from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Canada, he brings a unique perspective to the educational world by integrating his profound academic knowledge with his hands-on teaching experience. Women with ADHD: A Practical Guide to Break the Cycle of Chaos, Distraction, Shame and Stress of Living with ADHD.He goes on to look at psychological or psychosocial treatments, diet and exercise, with some real life examples for problem solving, and then briefly covers the topics of medication, puberty and eating.
But what if every woman had the resources and support to uncover the hidden wonders of her neurodivergent brain?
No disrespect to the amount of work that has clearly gone into this book, but the tone of it doesn't quite work for me. This book ticked all of the boxes, being very easy to read and comprehend as well as full of good information! It encourages both the partner with ADHD and the neurotypical partner to have equal stakes in the reconciliation of the relationship, discusses how to have hard conversations, and more. This memoir by journalist and blogger Zoë Kessler gets real on what it’s like being diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. This was effectively a self help / self esteem book, rather than a book of practical and tactical advice I was hoping it was.
Reading their stories can bring great motivation to any woman dealing with ADHD, or anyone with someone in their life sharing that struggle. Written by a professional organizer and founder of the YouTube channel Clutterbug, Cassandra s also the author of the smash hit Real Life Organizing.
All the Feels: An ADHD Guide to Emotional Dysregulation and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria” with William W. Kathleen Nadeau, renowned ADHD clinical psychologist, are back with an updated edition of their classic text for adults with ADD. Moreover, Barkley offers specific how-tos to help in different areas of life, from work, finances, relationships, and more. They dispel common myths, offer helpful coping tools, and give a thorough accounting of all treatment options as well as tips for dealing with a diagnosed child, partner, or family member. Managing ADHD Workbook for Women is a practical guide that breaks down the symptoms of ADHD offering strategies for managing the ones that are cause problems in one’s life.