• ADHD Practical Guide: 3 Books in 1

  • The Life-Changing Collection of Strategies for Thriving with Distraction from Childhood Through Adulthood and The Effects in Relationships
  • By: Thomas Robert MFT
  • Narrated by: Austin R Stoler
  • Length: 20 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (142 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"How to Minimize the Downside and Maximize the Benefits of Living With ADHD? (Fascinating three-part book series reveals the real truth)

I was wrong. Dead wrong.

Once I thought that there is only one way of ADHD and that being almost impossible to focus is the main problem people with ADHD have. Turns out...I was wrong....

Maybe because that was my form of ADHD, and once I managed to beat it, I was so excited to help everybody else, but before that, I needed to do much more research because this was just one piece of the puzzle. And I did....

For the last five years, it has been my love and passion - to help other people with ADHD treat their condition, discover and embrace their strengths, and minimize their weaknesses toward achieving extraordinary success in this world, and realize that this is not a condition that is going to determine how you have to live life. And I put all that knowledge inside this book.

Here is just a fraction of it:

  • What are the symptoms of ADHD, and how to know if you have it or not? (no more confusion)
  • Can you develop ADHD as an adult, and is it possible to reverse it?
  • How to treat ADHD in adults without medicine? (a crucial chapter for everyone willing to commit to a little longer but drug-free self-healing journey)
  • What is the best treatment for inattentive ADHD (ADHD-PI)?
  • Women vs. Men with ADHD, what are the differences and how you treat them differently?
  • What are the leading causes of ADHD? (it’s crucial to understand this condition before you take any severe action)
  • How do I know if my toddler has ADHD and the step-by-step plan to treat it from a young age successfully?
  • What are the main benefits of having ADHD, and how do you use them to your advantage in life? (you’ll be surprised once you put these strategies into action)
  • How to help a child to study and at school so they can pass all the classes and even more?
  • What is it like to be in a relationship with someone who has ADHD, and how to build a lifelong relationship that doesn’t break?
  • How a person with ADHD thinks? (let’s dive deep into the ADHD brain and uncovered the scientific truth about it)
  • Much much more....

And no matter if you have a child with ADHD, a grown-up friend, a relationship with a person, or have the condition yourself. This book series will take you by the hand and lead you through every step towards living the best life you or your loved ones can!

So don’t wait, scroll up, click on “Buy”, and start listening!

©2021 Thomas Robert MFT (P)2021 Thomas Robert MFT

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Awesome!

This is a fantastic book. There's a lot of practical advice here that you can start using right away. I read it, and now my husband is going to read it (we both have ADHD), and we're going to work together to get our lives back on track!

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Valuable book.

Strongly suggested. Useful information conveyed succinctly and with a lot of compassion and wit. Provides a clear game plan, as well as the reasons behind it and suggestions for more resources.

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Excellent, insightful.

Scientific book for newer diagnosed ADHD adult. The authors did an excellent job making the book relatable to us who are not doctors or primarily interested in the chemical components of ADHD and our brains.

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Nice ideas!!

This is an excellent book for anyone with ADHD, as well as their relatives and friends. This is an ADHD-friendly book. Not very wordy, plenty of white space on the page, effective use of bullet points, and helpful hints Many of the ideas I already had, but there is also a lot of fresh knowledge. I wish this book had been available 10 years ago!!

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Practical examples

I've listened to a lot of books about organization and developing new habits/routines in an attempt to figure out why I can't seem to achieve long-term results or sustainable change. Those books, on the other hand, were not written with the ADHD brain in mind. This book IS, and it's made a world of difference.

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Very relatable!!

This book is well-thought-out and, dare I say, well-organized. I've already finished listening to the book twice. I've found it to be both educational and useful.

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Truly Helpful Book.

I was blown away by how accurately I recognized myself in the first few chapter of this book. I had the sense of being seen and heard. I also came away with some ideas for my own "therapy plan." Both authors have ADHD, which I believe contributed significantly to their level of knowledge and insight. The novel instills optimism in the reader.

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Good.

I can't stand the generic and nebulous advice I've seen on many blogs and in books regarding ADHD. I'm looking for specific things I can do right now to help, and that's exactly what I found in this book. I didn't give her five stars since some of her anecdotes were too long.

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Worst audiobook I’ve got yet

20 hours of bland and generic facts that you likely already knew anyways. Then proceeds to repeat the same things countless times.

There’s literally a 45 minute chapter with a list of “tips” it’s really just 8-9 tips repeated for an hour

Literally atrocious, worst audiobook I’ve bought yet

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Highly suggested it to everyone.

This is really a great book with a lot of information. It provides helpful information about ADHD. Thanks to the creator for making this great book. Well done.

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  • 09-02-21

Written by a neurotypical, out dated and useless

Pretty much a useless audio book. I see what people mean by the narrator. The author doesn't have adhd which makes this book heavily biased as adhd is not just about unable to focus. There's soo many other prevelant symptoms however it doesn't even touch up on it on the first book. I'm surprised this is an American who wrote this considering their own dsm 5 does not mention add at all. It's been changed to combined, inattentive or hyperactive. The entire audio is really a parrot repeating the same crap over and over again about focus focus focus focus focus 🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️. I have adhd, I have an office job! And I work in a bank!!! Such useless audio and a waste of time. The entire information is heavily outdated. Do not buy there considering its heavily biased written by a neurotypical who can't even understand adhd, observed only by his brother he cared for 🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️. Adhd is not all the same!! Can't belive this crap information out there.

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  • 11-09-21

Couldn't finish, repetative and boring

Didn't really seem to hit home at all, I thought the download had somehow messed up when they kept repeating the same bit but no. Narrator talks way too slow with long gaps between sentances. Seemed to imagine that people with ADHD would struggle as professionals and need some sort of carer

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-24-21

Narration quite slow for ADHD listeners

Excellent content, however the way it's narrated is as if he reads the periods as triple the length you normally hold them. Which means you impatiently wait for the next word to be read, if you have ADHD.
Very good book otherwise if you can stick with it.