What are the best recommended books for adults with ADHD?

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    #1Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results

    Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results
    Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results is the first book in the Mini Habits series written by Stephen Guise. This non-fiction book about personal development was originally published in 2013.
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    Crystal Henderson
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "It is the best recommended books for adults with ADHD I highly recommend it is very well ranked in its genre is the best is a book that will help you change your way of acting will help you be better by following their steps and advice."
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    #2Taking Charge of Adult ADHD

    Taking Charge of Adult ADHD

    Taking Charge of Adult ADHD is a non-fiction book written by Russell A. Barkley. This book is ideal for adults with ADHD. This book was first published in 1995. In this book, the author highlights some strategies to deal effectively with ADHD.

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    Emma Olson
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "This is a great resource and I like that fact that there are practical strategies to deal with the problems you may encounter dealing with Adult ADHD. Lots of good information. "
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    #3The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD

    The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD

    The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD is a book by Lidia Zylowska that gives advice on how to handle adults with ADHD. The books also mention the methods on how to figure out if a person has it. 

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    Humberto Rendón
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "I think this book is so good that it actually could be considered important. It shines light on a subject that is nearly never talked about and could ultimately result in a lot of people being treated more fairly. I can't recommend it enough."
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    #4I Always Want to Be Where I'm Not

    I Always Want to Be Where I'm Not

    I Always Want to Be Where I'm Not: Successful Living with Add and ADHD is a non-fiction self-help book written by Wes Crenshaw. This was originally published in 2014.

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    Tiffany Richardson
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This is definitely a worthwhile read for making life livable with ADHD. There aren't actually a whole lot of books on the subject and this makes sure to be actually a helpful one."
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    #5How to be an ADHD Entrepreneur

    How to be an ADHD Entrepreneur

    How to be an ADHD Entrepreneur: Interviews with Fascinating ADHD Entrepreneurs Kindle Edition is a non-fiction book written by the best-selling author Rachel Knight. In this book, the author uncovers insights regarding ADHD.

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    #6Staying Focused In A Hyper World

    Staying Focused In A Hyper World

    Staying Focused In A Hyper World: Book 1; Natural Solutions For ADHD, Memory And Brain Performance is a non-fiction book written by John Gray. This was originally published in 2014.

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    Joshua Shaw
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "This book is only for adults. "
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    #7Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?

    Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?

    Is It You, Me, or Adult ADD? Stopping the Roller Coaster When Someone You Love Has Attention Deficit Disorder by Gina Pera has won the national book awards. This non-fiction book about ADHD was originally published in 2008.

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    Amit Trivedi
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "A good guide of how to deal with loved ones with ADHD."
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    #8Duct Tape Parenting

    Duct Tape Parenting

    Duct Tape Parenting: A Less Is More Approach to Raising Respectful, Responsible, and Resilient Kids is a non-fiction book written by Vicki Hoefle. This was originally published in 2012.

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    Aanya Chauhan
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "I was so entertained and learned so much from this book. I knew I wasn't quite the helicopter parent, but I definitely knew I stepped in too soon versus letting my child solve her own problems. This book showed an effective method of stepping back when the natural impulse, as a parent, is to step in and get involved. Love the title. I definitely need a bit of Duct Tape on my mouth as I parent my child through the difficult teenage/young adult stages. "
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    #9Getting Things Done

    Getting Things Done

    Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity is an advanced guidebook written by veteran coach and management consultant David Allen. It was first released in December 2002. It is about the making and sticking to a "to-do list".

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    Alice Lawson
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Overall I found the book a very good read. It helped me crystallize a number of ideas about how to organize tasks using simple lists and structures. The over arching theme I took away is that it is important to have a good organized structured to put ideas immediately into and to trust the structure so that one can free one's mind from constant distractions. What should be put down in this structure are immediate things that are actionable, what one can do next -- as opposed to generalities, which require more thought. A key aspect of course is breaking down a larger task into these smaller actions. Allen describes a structure of immediate lists to look at, calendars, todo lists, reference lists and so forth. Other bins include an incubator list for long term tasks and a “waiting for” list, which has tasks that are pending from other people to be completed. This seems like a sensible arrangement but I suspect that other people will have somewhat different structures. My impression is that the important idea is not letting immediate short term distractions cloud one's focus on a task, and tackling things sequentially in little chunks."
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    #10The Brain That Changes Itself

    The Brain That Changes Itself

    The Brain That Changes Itself is a book by Norman Doidge that tells inspiring stories of people who overcome their brain defects and lived their life normally. Dr. Doidge compiled everything into a book that will help others change their perspective on life. 

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    Ralph Berry
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "The Brain That Changes Itself by Norman Doidge, is a fascinating book on how the brain works. Unlike most self-help books this book is grounded in science. It covers how the mind and body work in unison, and also covers neuroplasticity. If you are curious about how the brain works and how to rewire your thinking this is a good book."

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Best What are the best recommended books for adults with ADHD
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger ResultsBooks 14 Paid
2Taking Charge of Adult ADHDBooks 11 Paid
3The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHDBooks 9 Paid
4I Always Want to Be Where I'm NotBooks 8 Paid
5How to be an ADHD EntrepreneurBooks 7 Paid
6Staying Focused In A Hyper WorldBooks 6 Paid
7Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?Books 5 Paid
8Duct Tape ParentingBooks 4 Paid
9Getting Things DoneBooks 3 Paid
10The Brain That Changes ItselfBooks 1 Paid
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