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You’re on ADHD: Understanding ADHD and its effects on Your Life is a story about the life of a man with ADHD, who didn’t even know he had it. The book contains his insights, trials, hardships and triumphs, while ultimately revealing what ADHD truly means to those who have it. This is the story that the author wishes he had available when he was young. It is a story that anyone who has or knows someone with ADHD/ADD should red.
Giveaways 4 Mom Review
The book, You’re on ADHD: Understanding ADHD and its effects on Your Life, lets people living with ADHD know that they are not alone. The book starts off with the author sharing a personal perception of their own life and then it gears up to provide readers with things that they need to know about ADHD while also telling them the different things that the author experienced from childhood to adulthood.
Suffering from ADHD is something that is real and at times, it can make individuals feel as though they are not the same as everyone else. However, by the author telling their personal experiences starting from their childhood it is easy to see that those with ADHD can live life like anyone else. One section of the book that particularly caught my eye was when the author states, “Being inside of my head is often like being surrounded by ten people who are talking rapidly to me at the same time”.
I am not someone who suffers from ADHD but I have known people who have the condition or they have children who have the condition and I always thought that it meant that they just had trouble focusing. However, “You’re on ADHD: Understanding ADHD and its effects on Your Life”, has showed me that there is so much more to the condition to not being able to focus.
Overall, this is a book that I would recommend for those who suffer from ADHD as well as those who know someone who suffers from ADHD. It will definitely help you understand the condition more and thanks to the authors personal experiences documented throughout the book, you can actually feel more connected to the book. It is a good read to invest in.
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