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Alison Larkin is an internationally acclaimed comedienne, keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of The English American. Adopted at birth into a tidy British family, Alison Larkin found her American birth parents and discovered that this "thing" she has is in the DNA. Alison finds it easier to perform stand-up comedy in front of hundreds of people than to clean a kitchen or organize her 13-year-old son. alisonlarkin.com
posted: Wednesday July 9th - 8:47am
Who Says One Kind of Thinking Is Better Than Another?
I bet it was a tidy person, who likes to stick to a schedule, who put ''deficit'' and ''disorder'' into ADHD.
posted: Thursday June 12th - 12:13pm« Attention! Different DNA!
It Is SO Time to Lose Deficit and Disorder from ADHD
Our busy brains spur us to the heights of innovation — so we should celebrate our out-of-the-box thinkers, not force them to conform.
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