We have several leading ADD authors in our group

With these books you will find evidence based ADD information, proven practical approaches, and great wit and wisdom for the fine art of living a happy and accomplished life with ADHD.


You Mean I’m not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy!?
THE Classic Self–help Book for Adults with ADD
Kate Kelly & Peggy Ramundo

Indispensable reference – the first of its kind written for adults
with ADD by adults with ADD – focuses on the experience of
adults, offering updated information, practical advice, and moral
support to help readers deal with ADD intelligently and effectively.
It includes great info on many topics:

  • Diagnostic processes and treatment options
  • Medications and their effectiveness
  • Practical strategies for getting along in at work, with family
  • Skills for organizing and improving memory
  • Achieving life balance
  • Guidance on how to request professional help, including
    therapy and medication

“Refreshing, engaging, humorous and true…
Should help anyone affected by ADD.”

Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., Ed.D
Child and family Psychiatrist, founder of the Hallowell Centers,
author and coauthor of many books on ADD, including:

Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit
Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood
Delivered From Distraction: Getting the Most Out of Life With ADD


The ADDed Dimension
Everyday Advice for Adults with ADD

Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo, D. Steven Ledingham

Are ADD traits really symptoms, or could they actually be unique qualities
that can be life-enhancing? The book’s aim is self-realization and
celebration of the good news around ADD, as surprising as it might sound…

“ Celebration and self-realization: In this book they are the essence
of survival and growth. They are the essence of spiritual awakening
and regeneration…”

Thomas Hartmann, radio host, entrepreneur, author of many
books including:

The Edison Gene: ADHD and the Gift of the Hunter Child
Attention Deficit Disorder: A Different Perspective


When Too Much Isn’t Enough
Ending the Destructive Cycle of AD/HD
and Addictive Behavior

Wendy Richardson, M. A., MFT, CAS
Marriage, Family Therapist, Certified Addictions Specialist.

This enlightening book addresses how and why people with ADHD
overindulge and become addicted, and how to get out of the vicious
cycle of self-medicating your symptoms with drugs, food, alcohol,
and compulsive behavior.

The reader will find expert information, encouragement, and practical
suggestions on coping effectively with ADHD, overindulging,
or addictive behavior.

“Wendy Richardson continues to blaze new trails in the uncharted
territory of AD/HD and addictive behavior. She opens new avenues
of hope and help in her latest book. Outstanding!”

Michelle Novotni, Ph.D., psychologist, international lecturer, author of
many books including:

Adult AD/HD, a Reader Friendly Guide,
Identifying, Understanding, and Treating Adult ADD
What does Everybody else know that I Don’t?

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