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04-22-03, 01:53 PM
<table border="0" width="475" align="Center"><tbody><tr> <td width=27%><font color="#440066" face="comic sans ms"><a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Managing the Gift : Alternative Approaches for Attention Deficit Disorder by Dr. Kevin Ross Emery, Kevin Rass, Dr.Emery"> </a></font></td><td><font face="comic sans ms" size="3" color="#440066">This book gives a different view of ADD than most other books. I would suggest this book to anybody who has ADD or knows somebody with ADD. Dr Emery Shows you that ADD can be gift if you let it <B>(2000)</B></font></td> </tr> </tbody>
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07-09-03, 04:15 PM
I just read a book called "Making Peace with the Things in Your Life." It was excellent regarding the effects of minor brain problems like A.D.D. (well if you don't think they are minor, I've see lots of people with worse problems, like psychosis, OCD, traumatic brain injury) on ability to keep things organized.

An organizational deficit has been the part of my ADD that I have struggled with the most and I found this book very useful.

Kathy E.