• ADHD Workbook for Adults

  • Skills to Improve Concentration, Organization, Stress Management in Difficult Situations: Including Work, School, and Personal Relationships
  • By: Gerald Paul Clifford
  • Narrated by: Tom Brooks
  • Length: 3 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (73 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you want to know about different strategies to bring your ADHD symptoms under control, then keep reading....

Looking for a comprehensive guide to help you through different daily challenges of ADHD? Then you are in the right place because this book is a complete encyclopedia of everything that you need to know about ADHD in adults. It not only includes all the latest findings in this field but also talks about some unique perspectives. Several of the popular questions have been addressed in this book. We all know that ADHD patients are unable to maintain a sustained focus on anything they do, but why does that happen? In this book, you will get to know the answers to several such unanswered questions. You will also learn how the ADHD brain is different from that of a normal person.

Are you wondering whether ADHD has a treatment or not? Yes, it does. Even though ADHD is a lifelong condition, with advancements in modern medicine, there are so many ways in which you can control the symptoms of flaring up. Everything in this book has been explained in a way that is understandable to all. You will get to know which treatments are safe and which are not. If you are looking for a book that will help you debunk the common myths surrounding ADHD and look for scientific evidence, then this is it. You are going to find all of that here. There is valuable information in this book that every layman can understand from the diagnosis of this disorder to its management.

In this book, you are going to learn from the experts what it means to live with ADHD. Do you have to bear the burden of the symptoms throughout your life, or are the coping strategies really helpful? The user-friendly format of the book will not bore you. The proven techniques mentioned in this book will help you overcome procrastination, self-blame, disorganization, time management, and so on. The simple and quick takeaways of this book make it engaging and easy to remember.

Here is a list of all the major points that have been covered in this book:

  • Becoming productive with ADHD
  • How can mindfulness help ease the symptoms?
  • Can therapy really help?
  • Dealing with ADHD blame
  • And more

Even if you think your ADHD symptoms are beyond treatment, you need to give this book a try because it has been specially curated for adults suffering from ADHD. Written in an engaging style, the book will help you step in the right direction.

This book is an indispensable source of information for all ADHD patients and their family members. It is a lifesaver for everyone, and its goal is to help you understand this disorder. If you are feeling puzzled by your symptoms, then this book will help you understand why they are happening. So, if you want to know about these interesting things and also lead a better life, scroll up and click on the "Buy Now" button!

©2020 Gerald Paul Clifford (P)2020 Gerald Paul Clifford

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Who Hired Narrator and Production Staff?

The content of this book is helpful. However, why on Earth was a clearly non-scienctific individual hired to narrate and further, why didn't production staff (or even the actual author) correct the rampant mispronounced words and medical terminology?! "Norepinephrine" is literally pronounced differently every single excruciating time he reads it. Also, the cadence of reading is super off. Every time he has to say, "ADHD," he states it as if making a proclamation of the title of an essay. I'm only into Chapter 3 and trying really hard to get thru it because the content is interesting but wowzer - this could have been done so much better. /facepalm

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Life Changing Book

The book enlightened me. The information I gained from it changed my life. I've been in a constant, never-ending battle with myself and others for 44 years. The book ended it and gave me peace. I can't express it enough how much grateful I am about this book. Thank you Gerald Paul Clifford 🙏🏾

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Helpful!!

I am a new EC teacher in charge of Behavior/ Social Skills groups and this has given me lots of tools.

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Right on it!!

Loved it. Thank you so much. Narrator was very good. Actually Excellent. This audio is the real deal. Very educational. I see so much of myself in this audio. You would think its describing my life. But I know others out there have same issues. I would totally totally totally recommend this audio or this workbook to anyone who needs it. And if you want too find out if you have any of these systems check out this audio. You will be surprised that's for sure. Thank you again. Kevin

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Mind blowing

As a school based therapist, I work with several adults with ADHD, I love this workbook

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Informative But Poorly Narrated

This book provides a great basic overview of ADHD for those just beginning their search on this subject. Those looking to expand upon that knowledge, aren’t likely to gain a lot extra from this particular title. The topic of ADHD in relationships was covered particularly well, however, the narration was well below my expectations for an Audible book. Not because of tone or pitch, not because of speed or rhythm, and not even because of volume or clarity, as you often find with narrators. Numerous times throughout the book the narrator mispronounces words that are absolutely fundamental to understanding the subject. Not just four of five times but more like too many times to count. I found it very difficult to listen to (what should have been) an expert discussing the basic physiology of ADHD and how it effects the various parts of the brain, when he is constantly mispronouncing terms over and over, that even I as a layperson know to be incorrect. It honestly got so bad at one point that I was thinking to myself…did anyone even listen to this recording after it was made? With that being said, the information provided by the author was very thorough in explaining the topic.

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Blown away!

I was diagnosed as adhd as adult. This book has been so precise in my symptoms and also gives specific suggestions. Totally recommend this!

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An easy and enjoyable listen

What I really liked was that it was easy to listen to with uncomplicated language; which is good as I easily trail off with overly wordsy explanations. Very good and useful tips which I made notes of to put into practice. I will try the other book by this author too :-)

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Maybe better in print

While the narrators voice was pleasant, his constant emphasis on the wrong words in once sentence after another made the audio difficult and even uncomfortable to listen to. It was painfully clear that the narrator was just reading the words. Considering the subject matter, inflection and emphasis on key terms is critical for listener comprehension. As it was nearly impossible to focus on the subject matter, listening any further was a waste of time.

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Narrator was not ideal

The book had lots of relevant and useful information. However, it would have been really helpful to have the reader be someone who was well versed in the terminology. There were many science terminology that were completely botched and mispronounced multiple times. Luckily I have some knowledge on brain chemistry and receptors and was able to identify what he was referring to but some listening to this might not be able to understand what is being said. The voice was also monotoned and his pronunciation of ADHD was the same every single time (very exaggerated and as if reading a title)