Healing Add : Simple Exercises That Will Change Your Daily Life

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Healing ADD presents simple methods involving visualization and positive thinking that can be readily picked up by adults and taught to children with ADD. Those with ADD will learn to see their lives and the world around them differently. A series of instructions guides readers through transformational exercises that enable them to see, hear, and feel their own past behavior in a new and empowering way.
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Overview

Healing ADD presents simple methods involving visualization and positive thinking that can be readily picked up by adults and taught to children with ADD. Those with ADD will learn to see their lives and the world around them differently. A series of instructions guides readers through transformational exercises that enable them to see, hear, and feel their own past behavior in a new and empowering way.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781887424370
  • Publisher: Underwood Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/28/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 168
  • Sales rank: 493,142
  • Product dimensions: 5.38 (w) x 8.44 (h) x 0.59 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2006

    An interesting and useful read

    I found this book very interesting and useful from many different perspectives. It gave me a better understanding of those who are diagnosed or labeled as ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and the issues faced by these people. In particular, I liked the idea of looking at ADD as `a normal and natural part of the spectrum of human behavior, and that it is not as useful in modern society as it may have been in the past¿. That is, a person diagnosed with ADD has characteristics more like a hunter compared to the rest of the population who are more like farmers. This is an excellent book for students of NLP to see how NLP can be used to assist those who have been diagnosed as ADD. This however is also a short-coming of the book for those readers who have not studied NLP. The NLP techniques and concepts, presented in this book, are adequately described for anyone who has been trained in NLP. Thus, NLP practitioners can easily use these simple and elegant techniques with their ADD clients and achieve outstanding results. However, for those readers who have not studied NLP, my concern is that the techniques are not presented in sufficient detail nor with the full understanding as to why or how they will assist a person diagnosed as ADD. Thus, some of these readers may feel the techniques are too simple or even flaky. Review by Roger Ellerton, author of `Live Your Dreams Let Reality Catch Up¿ ¿ available at Barnes and Noble.

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