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Upcoming Updated Edition of Journeys Through ADDulthood

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Journeys Through ADDulthood

Discover a New Sense of Identity and Meaning

While Living with Attention Deficit Disorder

Psychotherapist, Sari Solden, specializes in working with men and women with ADHD and mental health professionals who want to help them. She has been counseling adults, consulting with professionals, writing and speaking about this subject around the world for the past 35 years. Her other two books, Women with Attention Deficit Disorder and A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD(co-written with Michelle Frank,PsyD) are world-wide best sellers in the field.

Journeys Through ADDulthood, originally published in 2002 and currently available on audio book, is being re-released in print form near the beginning on 2023 by Introspect Press to help guide men and women and professionals. In this book, Sari Solden takes what has been called a “groundbreaking” look at the emotional turmoil often precipitated by ADHD and offers readers a roadmap to a richer, more meaningful life.

Living with ADHD affects the development of one's view of self, especially for those not diagnosed until adulthood, who have spent many years of feeling "different" without knowing why.

Ms. Solden offers no quick fixes and instead takes a longer view of the challenges. She sees living successfully with ADHD as an ongoing internal process. Journeys Through ADDulthood is a step-by-step guide through three internal stages, or journeys: toward understanding your brain and your primary symptoms; toward discovering your true identity and embracing your uniqueness; and toward learning to share your true self to connect with others.

Illuminating her points based on composite journeys of two men and two women with varied symptoms of ADHD, Solden offers self-help exercises at the end of each chapter to point the way around common roadblocks on the road to empowerment, self-fulfillment, and the realization of long-buried hopes and dreams.

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