This Is ADHD: A Workbook: Practical Advice and Interactive Journaling for Understanding ADHD (Paperback)

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This Is ADHD: A Workbook: Practical Advice and Interactive Journaling for Understanding ADHD (Paperback)

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Discover the essential guide to understanding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder—commonly known as ADHD—for people with ADHD and their families, friends, colleagues, and more.

Chanelle Moriah was officially diagnosed with ADHD at 22 and soon discovered just how inaccessible a lot of information can be for ADHD adults and those who may not yet have been able to obtain an assessment or support.

So Chanelle created a simple resource that explains what ADHD is and how it can impact the different areas of someone's life. This is ADHD: A Workbook is a tool for both diagnosed and undiagnosed people with ADHD to explain or make sense of their experiences. It also offers non-ADHD people the chance to learn more about ADHD from someone who has it.

With clear sections explaining the many aspects of ADHD, accompanied by Chanelle's beautiful illustrations and with space for readers to write down their thoughts, this workbook is designed to be personalized to the individual's experience. This is ADHD: A Workbook helps people feel less alone in their ADHD and brings knowledge to an often-misunderstood condition.
Chanelle Moriah (they/them) is a neurodivergent author and illustrator and is the author of the bestselling I Am Autistic. 

They are passionate about creating spaces of understanding to allow the freedom of individual expression. As a late-diagnosed ADHDer, with other related conditions and forms of neurodivergence, they are particularly passionate about bringing awareness to the different ways in which neurodivergence can present, and the importance of being able to live your life accordingly. 

They hope that by sharing their life and experiences, and helping others to understand, they are reducing the harm and trauma (even if only for one person) that neurodivergent individuals face in existing in a neurotypical world.

Chanelle lives in Wellington, New Zealand, and enjoys bubble tea, lego, and sitting in the rain.
Product Details ISBN: 9781646046126
ISBN-10: 1646046129
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication Date: March 12th, 2024
Pages: 144
Language: English