At midlife, most women have moments when they are sure they've lost their minds. But is it A.G.E. or is it ADD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)? Take from a woman who lived forty-five years with undiagnosed ADD, there is a lot of overlap–memory lapses, brain fog, sleepless nights. In this engaging and refreshingly honest book, the author shares her very personal and often humorous journey as she as she comes out of her (cluttered) ADD closet to share the highs and lows of life in the non-linear, spontaneous, creative lane. Written in ADD-friendly style with lots of white space and illustrations scattered throughout, Confessions of an ADDiva is and easy read with a big message.
|Publisher:||Passionate Possibility Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
An ADD woman in her own right, Linda Roggli founded the ADDiva Network to celebrate women who discover their ADD-ish tendencies at midlife and beyond. After a deadline-driven career in journalism and advertising, she make retrained as a life coach and is now a professional certified coach for women with ADHD. women who have discovered their ADHD at midlife. She founded the ADDiva Network to celebrate the creative, free spirits of all ADHD women. She is the founder of GardenSpirit Retreat, a women's garden retreat, which has hosts retreats for ADHD women. She lives under the towering pines of central North Carolina with one husband, three wonderful Shelties and a lot of white tailed deer and bluebirds.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Confessions of an ADDiva -- midlife in the non-linear lane based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This book was wonderfully captavating and informative. I laughed and cried as I read and even saw myself in some of her stories. This book has come at an optimal time in my life. It will be a go to book for me as well as well as the other ADDivas in my life. Ps. I read it in under 24 hours!
I just finished this book and loved it! I'm a fellow ADDiva and could relate to so much of Linda's personal story. She tells it in an open, honest, and light hearted way even though I know that many of the things were not light hearted when they were actually happening. She is able to tell her story as only an ADDiva could. The book is fast reading. It held this ADDiva's attention. I think it would be good for those without ADD to read to gain an understanding of the unique challenges that women with ADD encounter. What a special person Linda is and a blessing to all of us!