Author: Joan Wilder

Category: General Nonfiction

Regular price: $2.99

Deal price: Free

Deal starts: March 07, 2024

Deal ends: March 07, 2024


This short book, written by a journalist is filled with stories about how it feels to have ADHD and what you can do to make things better. Woven into the anecdotes of frustration and chaos are various tried and true tools, strategies, and supports (printed in bold text) that have helped her – and thousands more -- tackle a handful of classic ADHD challenges. Each chapter covers a different issue, and the clickable Table of Contents makes it easy to fly to the parts of the book that interest you the most. Along with encouraging you to work with the challenging parts of your amazing mind, the book will help you recognize and appreciate its extraordinary parts. Many woman with ADHD are amazingly intuitive, perceptive, creative, authentic, innovative, and bright.

Help for Women with ADHD

will show you how women with ADHD can excel -- beyond those without ADHD -- when they learn to manage their curious abilities to focus. It will also help you realize that your issues are not unique – that you’re not alone – and that awareness will motivate you to work at unlocking your gifts. Everybody experiences everything that ADHDers experience, but to a lesser extent. So, even if you haven’t been formally diagnosed, you may be dealing with attention deficit symptoms as a result of any number of stressors, including postpartum hormones, PMS, menopause, multitasking, too much screen time, or dietary sensitivities. If that’s your situation,

Help for Women with ADHD

can help you, too, with any of the following issues:

Difficulty prioritizingFeeling overwhelmedGetting distracted by ideas and sensations that disrupt your concentrationDifficulty following through on what you were so excited about yesterdayMisplacing important itemsRunning late, losing track of timeDifficulty deciding and choosingImpulsive ideas or actionsChanging your mind all the time

Thank you!