10 Soluciones Simples Para El Deficit de Atencion En Adultos: Como Superar La Distraccion Cronica y Alcanzar Tus Objetivos (Spanish Edition)

Este libro explica sencillas estrategias que ayudan a superar el déficit de atención en los adultos, como herramientas para manejar experiencias reales. Cada capítulo aborda un aspecto relacionado con el TDA en adultos, y responde a verdaderas preocupaciones del paciente. Su lectura traerá beneficios tanto inmediatos como permanentes: mayor concentración, memoria más aguda, relaciones más enriquecedoras y un aumento de la confianza en sí mismo. Description in English This updated book contains a practical information on ADD: how to tell if you have ADD, ways to master distraction, ADD's impact on the family, and many tips to overcome ADD every day.

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By Katya · July 23, 2014
I read this a few months ago because my Dad gave it to me. I don't know if i finished it. Probably not. I think it was good, I don't remember, and honestly, I wasn't really paying attention. ...more
By Loriann (Chester, MD) · ★★★★★ · July 02, 2014
New Harbinger Books never disappoints me. As a licensed therapist who is also a bibliophile and recommends self-help reading very often to clients, I found this little gem of a book to be an easy read with well-planned chapters on:

-Understanding ADD
-Medication
-Reduce Clutter and Get Organized
-Sto... ...more
By Candace (Piscataway, NJ) · ★★★☆☆ · January 03, 2009
You don't need to have ADD to benefit from the sound, actionable advice in this book. Self help junkies like myself would recognize much of this material as general productivity best practices with a few more specific ADDer challenges and solutions mixed in. ...more
By Marcy (Waterloo, ON, Canada) · ★★☆☆☆ · July 16, 2013
To put this in context, I have already read Scattered Minds by Gabor Mate, AND the Adult ADD: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Sarkis. As the third book, I found it fell short. Two of Sarkis' books back to back overlapped, and I know it's to make sure each can stand on its own but reading both... ...more
By Stephen (Malden, MA) · ★★★☆☆ · March 21, 2013
Okay, so some of these tricks are not simple at all. Not for someone with serious ADD. I felt that this volume was based a lot around technology tricks, where one needs a smart phone and might have to suffice to send an e-card than a handwritten birthday card to a loved one. Still, there are a lo... ...more
By Elissa (The United States) · ★★★★★ · January 16, 2010
What I learned from this book is that I have a mild case of ADD, and that is why I notice it mostly when I'm sleep deprived (like after the birth of a child). I also realized by reading this book that I have figured out a lot of these solutions on my own through trial and error in life. I think t... ...more