Thom Hartmann's Complete Guide to ADHD

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Published in August, 2000, this book contains a comprehensive recap of Thom's most important concepts, as well as dramatic new material on how our schools came about, how they wound our children, and how we can fix them.

The Complete Guide also contains several chapters on how to make relationships work in ADHD homes, as well as the entire text of Thom's out-of-print book "Focus Your Energy," reprinted here as the "At Work" section of this book.

For fans of Thom's work, or those looking for a readable but complete overview of his perspective on ADHD - with real world solutions - this book is great.

Girls and ADHD

An extra chapter was written for Thom's Complete Guide to ADHD, but was left out of the printed edition.

Covering the topic ADD vs. ADHD, and Women vs. Men, the chapter is re-produced here.

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