Most women with ADHD endure years of shame and blame about their behavior. They’ve probably also internalized a lot of negative self-talk and beliefs that their symptoms are character flaws. This therapist-recommended book blends traditional ADHD therapy with ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy) to help women with ADHD break the negative narratives that have trapped them for so long. Susan Caughman, ADDitude’s editor-in-chief, says, “Instead of offering the usual fixes or treatments for ADHD, this truly radical book shows women with ADHD how to live an authentic life, one free from stigma and shame. With helpful worksheets and practical, inspirational prose, this is a must-read for women with ADHD and the clinicians who work with them.”
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