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When first published in 1994, Hallowell and Ratay's Driven to Distraction revolutionized public and professional views on Attention Deficit Disorder (now more frequently referred to as ADHD). In this revised edition, they reinforce that classic's reassuring message by emphasizing that this "disorder" is typically accompanied by advantages including high energy, creativity, enthusiasm, and intuitiveness. In fact, they argue that Albert Einstein and Amadeus Mozart both had this condition. The authors speak from hard-won experience: Both have ADD. An essential work for professionals and every worried parent.