An easy read FULL of fantastic ideas
and suggestions for everyone All the things you think everyone should already know but you don t suggestions for everyone All the things you think everyone should already know but you don t on part two but so far very good at pinpointing the areas I need to work on With the growing number of people realizing that they
"Too Have ADHD It Is "have ADHD it is good idea that everyone at some point should read this book Like having a cure for cancer a better understanding of people in this world "we share can greatly improve human relations Simply being lazy and exclaiming this person is crazy dumb or weird ust isn "share can greatly improve human relations Simply being lazy and exclaiming this person is crazy dumb or weird ust isn going to work if we want to continue as a race on this planet Much of who we are can sadly be controled by emotions not in our power to control Therefore having an understanding society not prone to say things like being ADHD is no excuse for the way you act we can edure that which makes us uncomfortable and move forward in an effort to improve civilization This book s main theory is that it s difficult to learn the unwritten rules of social behavior when you re too distracted to notice subtle social cues There was some good information in here but this book is written on a very basic level In other words I already knew most of the rules and suggestions even if at times they re difficult for me to apply One thing I did learn that. Focusing on social skills training for adults with attention deficithyperactivity disorders ADHD this book offers solutions for tackling behavior that is often inattentive impulsive and hyperactive Ad.
Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Michele NovotniUthor learned in Kindergarten and then used that list to summarise "the book s contents While it s one thing to fairly note that social skills are rarely taught above grade school "book s contents While it s one thing to fairly note that social skills are rarely taught above grade school for those who may have blinked during those years it s frustrating as an adult with ADHD I to be framed by the assumption that my social skills must have stalled aged five in order to feel socially alienatedThere is little advice for nagivating or building emotionally complex relationships rather the author s advice for improving social skills assumes the prexistance of SOs or friends who will help you Clearly the focus is on making a good first impression on acuaintances Again I m sure some people will find this useful I personally don tAs perhaps can be expected the book is out of date
WITH SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE INTERNETsocial media and the internet discusses snail mail as a regular method of communication One of my personal ADHD problems is coping with being constantly online and combined with an inaccuratesimplistic explanation of time blindness I m not getting any help hereI do appreciate the description of blinking in conversation despite the frame that people with ADHD must get mad at people not telling them things instead of neurotypical people often getting mad at having to repeat themselves
when asked to confir. Es and includes true stories practical exercises and tips that keep thoseasked to confir. Es and includes true stories practical exercises and tips that keep those ADHD reading Adults with ADHD learn how to identify behaviors in themselves that can cause problems in social relationshi. I haven t heard of anywhere "ELSE WAS WHAT NOVOTNI CALLED BLINKS "was what Novotni called blinks blanks Sometimes
"I ll be in a conversation and it s interesting to me and I am paying attention and "ll be in a conversation and it s interesting to me and I am paying attention and of a sudden I ve missed something I thought I was the only one It s a bit comforting to give this a name and realize it happens to other people too Read to understand the issues faced by some adults to be I know Awesome This book explained ME and why I am who I am and all about me I recommend this to anyone with ADHD has a child or family member who has it or may be suspected of having ADHD Highly recommended for teachers and parents and even those who work with difficult or somewhat different individuals uick read The concepts are explained simply in a memorable manner that made it easy for me to share the knowledge with friends and family ADHD and otherwise Due to the simple to graspable writing style I am concerned that folks may not see the information as useful as it truly is I find that some had a tendency to skip over parts that they felt they mistakenly felt they already had a grasp on While I m sure this book would be very useful to some people with ADHD or ADHD I ADD I am not one of themI personally found it condescending that the book s first chapter outlined a list of social rules that the Vice is given on how to handle common social problems such as manners etiuette communication subtext listening and interpersonal relationships The format of the book is designed for ADHD learning styl.