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Written from the inside by a person who himself has ADD, with the wisdom gained through years of medical practice and research, Scattered Minds explodes the myth of ADD as a genetically based illness, offering real hope and advice for children and adults who live with this disorder.

©1999 Gabor Maté (P)2017 Post Hypnotic Press Inc.

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"In one of the most comprehensive and accessible books about Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Maté, a Canadian physician and popular medical columnist, challenges many accepted notions about the condition, which afflicts more than three million children and a significant number of adults." ( Publishers Weekly)

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One if not the best ADHD book

I have been reading a lot if different authors and this book could be the best of all so far, specially since it was written in 1999... I think it was ahead if its time.
Specially important is the focus on early childhood experiences and the brain development.
Also, it covers childhood, teenage years and adulthood. It is wide ranging and it is deep.
I hope this book also helps you, in my case it gave me a big push in understanding and better dealing with ADHD in my family and in child rearing, also I felt validated and supported in many regards as the non-ADHD partner. About this, unfortunately there is still very little focus, little information or support for the non-ADHD partner or family.