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Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Teens

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Allison Tyler's Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Teens offers a great resource for teens learning to navigate life and turn ADHD into an advantage instead of a disadvantage.

Tyler first helps teens understand more about ADHD and what it is, then she covers three areas--ADHD in School, ADHD in the World, and ADHD in Real Life (a Q&A section).  She gently guides readers through a series of activities to help them build on their strengths and understand their weaknesses--to specifically help them understand executive functioning skills and how to develop them.

Readers will find activities for finding their study style, what works for them in their workspace, how to harness their hyperfoucs, and how to organize materials.  And those are just a few.  This highly practical workbook gets teens thinking about what works for them and their unique learning styles and how to make ADHD an asset instead of a liability.

As a mom of an ADHD student, I found this workbook highly practical and plan to buy a copy of it for my teen to work through as she completes her junior year of high school and begins to plan for university.  I think this will really encourage her and help her to develop her strengths and find ways to harness her weaknesses for the better.  While the Kindle version is always convenient, I think students mighit benefit most from a hard copy where they can make notes as they work through each activity and then refer back to them over and over again.

Note:  I received a copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for this honest review.  The opinions expressed are my own.
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Though I’m not a teen I’ve got a HUGE case of ADHD— I always have. This was a fun and useful way to deal with it, I wish I would have had something like this when I was younger because it really would have helped me out
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Thriving with ADHD is a phenomenal workbook that really could apply to any teen. I feel that even though this is geared toward ADHD, anyone could benefit from it as it is a workbook about organization, focus and reactions. I found it extremely easy to read and helpful. I would recommend this to any teen.

Thank you to Callisto Publishers and NetGalley for an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review. The options are my own.
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