• A Comprehensive Guide for Adult Women Navigating ADHD

  • Techniques and Skills to Positively Transform Your Life and Take Charge of Adult ADHD
  • By: Lillian Clem
  • Narrated by: Clarissa Rochelle
  • Length: 4 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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By: Lillian Clem
Narrated by: Clarissa Rochelle
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Publisher's Summary

Ever feel like your brain has gotten stuck in a tumble dryer? You know, your hairdryer is missing and your alarm clock has gone off for the third time. You trip over the presumably missing hairdryer and reach for your phone, just to realize that you might have misplaced it as well. While searching for it, you get distracted by a million other tasks that require your attention before realizing that yes, it happened again.

Well, if you’ve been formally diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, then you know exactly what I mean, and this audiobook is for you! If you haven’t been diagnosed but suspect that you might have ADHD, or if someone you care for has ADHD, then this is also the right audiobook for you!

Life can be chaotic when you have ADHD, especially for women. We carry the weight of the world on our shoulders, and in this case, we have to battle our own minds to overcome and succeed on top of everything else.

My goal is to help you overcome these intense emotions and your self-doubt. I want you to embrace your unique abilities and your differences. In A Comprehensive Guide for Adult Women Navigating ADHD, you’ll learn techniques and skills to positively transform your life and take charge of adult ADHD!

Learn actionable steps to overcome issues that you may come across in:

  • Homelife: Decluttering your house - Organizing your home - Creating a cleaning schedule that you can actually stick to
  • Work settings: Tips for dealing with conflict - Tips for organizing your workspace - Avoiding distractions - Minding your mouth - Hyperactivity
  • Relationships (both romantic and platonic): How to deal with ADHD when you have the condition - How to deal with ADHD when your partner has the condition
  • Friends and family: More tips on healthy relationships that have ADHD as the third party
  • Parenthood: How to deal with the stress that comes with motherhood - A few practical tips on how to cope with daily life
©2022 Lillian Clem (P)2022 Lillian Clem

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Outdated research, not in alignment with larger ADHD community.

Admittedly, I am still working through this book, but it’s becoming a task I dread.

Beyond the subtle dog whistles to gender essentialism, a monolith of a concept that is fundamentally incorrect especially when speaking about the Neurodiverse community, this book lacks understanding of ADHD on even the most fundamental levels. From relying heavily on the claims of a doctor whose work has yet to be effectively replicated in peer review, many of the conclusions Clem draws are limited in their scope of application, and often rely on a very narrow range of experience. At times Clem even refers to ADHD as a “disease” which is wildly incorrect vocabulary error that I’m surprised made it past editing.

An effort was made with this book, but it’s overall narrative is about fifteen years too late to truly resonate with this particular cis female millennial, though your mileage may vary.

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Good tips to implement

While the title of the book seems to be targeting adult women, I still picked it to know the difference (I’m a male). This book is among my first resources on this subject and I’ve been learning a lot. Good practical tips to practice. One of the things I started implementing is to write down what I have done throughout the day. It helps me to know how I'm spending my days because I constantly feel that weeks fly by and I don't know even remember how I spent them whenever I look back.

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  • 07-09-22

High recommendation by physician assistant

I’ve been a physician assistant for nearly 15 years and currently practicing psychiatry. This is an extremely insightful book, well researched, And one of the few you can find written from the patient perspective. I highly recommend it to my patients, particularly my female clientele.

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Very helpful

Thought not diagnosed, I often feel I may have ADHD. This book helped me navigate my struggles with it, as well as help give me confirmation. Thank you much!

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informative

Liked it !! this book was very informative, much information to contemplate!!good listening overall. .

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My biography

When I started listening I was mind blow… “holy cow, this is my biography” I thought. Thank you. Thank you for validating my experiences. Thank you for validating me. I unfortunately wasn’t diagnosed until adulthood and struggled for many, many years. For years I would say, something is wrong with me… and when I finally got the diagnoses after a total breakdown, it took me a while to accept it. I often still will think to myself, do I really have ADHD… maybe it’s something else… but your book is me… totally me through and through. Again, thank you for your courage, your grace, and your true understanding and acceptance of our mental health disease. It’s so comforting to know I’m not alone. God bless you!

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Very Informative!

I learned a lot more then what my counselors and teachers have been telling me. I definitely recommend this book with anyone trying to expand there knowledge on ADHD

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Relatable

It definitely confirmed my self diagnosed of ADHD. I'll look into officially getting diagnosed now. Enjoyed the tips. Great narration. Loved the super power part.

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Excellent! (But clearly recorded by someone with adhd)

I’m recently diagnosed (41) female, who has masked her whole life. I have three girls with adhd as well, 2 like me, one much different.

This book was empowering for not only myself, but helped me understand differences in my daughters.

Content was amazing and easy to digest. But the choppy recording almost made stop listening. Glad I pushed through. And I would recommend this book to anyone I suspected having adhd.

Thanks!

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Somehow more harmful

Growing up with ADHD I have been told multiple times to get a journal to help organize my life. However, like many with ADHD I my attempts with journal only last so long. Many of the tips and tricks were just stay organized and take deep breaths. Throughout out the book ADHD is referred to as a disease and not a disorder. Furthermore, for a book released in 2022, the author references the DSM-4 not the DSM-5 which is the most to date of the DSM’s.

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  • 04-15-22

Terrible playback

The playback is terrible; it’s as though the very beginning of each sentence is clipped off. Together with the choice of narrator (who has a calm and pleasant but too monotone voice) this audio book is so distracting it detracts from the content which includes tips on home life, organisation, social relationships, motivation and procrastination. Really disappointed with this purchase.