ADDoration Ministries
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
God is SO GOOD; although I have ADD.

Books I have read on ADD

 Because you often can get books cheaper from Amazon, these URLs are for the Amazon source.  If you want to, you can Google the author.
 
Driven to Distraction, by Edward M. (Ned) Hallowell, MD and John J. Ratey, MD.  This book is how I came to be aware of that I am ADD.
 
Delivered from Distraction, by Edward M. (Ned) Hallowell, MD and John J. Ratey, MD.  Once you know you are ADD, what do you do about it?
 
The Disorganized Mind, by Nancy A. Ratey.  Coaching Your ADHD Brain to Take Control of Your Time, Tasks, & Talents.  The author's husband is a co-author of the two books listed above, and she is an ADD coach.
 
ADD Success Stories, by Thom Hartmann.  A collection of stories and strategies for those with ADD/ADHD
 
Succeeding With Adult ADHD, by Abigail Levrini, PhD, and Frances Prevatt, PhD.  Daily Strategies to Help Achieve Your Goals and Manage Your Life
 
Taking Charge of Adult ADHD, Russell A. Barkley, PhD.  A foremost expert shows how you can: succeed at work, develop good relationships, handle your finances, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.  This book focuses on adults with ADHD.  Dr. Barkley also wrote Taking Charge of ADHD, which is mainly for parents of ADHD children.