Monday, May 29, 2023

Talking ADHD - The Breakthrough Guide To Understanding, Empowering, and Communicating Without Judgement

Talking ADHD - The Breakthrough Guide To Understanding, Empowering, and Communicating Without JudgementTalking ADHD - The Breakthrough Guide To Understanding, Empowering, and Communicating Without Judgement by Esther Goldberg
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Throwing a lifeline to millions of parents, caregivers, and therapists...

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is neither a "new" mental health condition, nor was it manufactured as a disease for the goal of personal gain or financial benefit by pharmaceutical corporations, the mental health industry, or the media. It is a very genuine medical condition that manifests itself behaviorally, and it affects millions of children worldwide.

Parents of children who have ADHD often express feelings of annoyance, rage, and emotional exhaustion as a result of their child's inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. When they finally get their children help from a professional, many parents of children with ADHD recall having complicated sentiments such as rage, anxiety, despair, and guilt. Their repeated "failures" in getting their children to concentrate, pay attention, and carry out directives, obligations, and tasks have left them with a sense of helplessness and despair as a consequence. These parents often express feelings of guilt over their hostility, lack of tolerance, and reactive approach to the parenting style of their children.

Esther Goldberg is an ADHD expert. Her expertise includes ADHD diagnosis, individual and group treatment for children, parents, and adults, and delivering seminars for parents and professionals. Prof. Iris Manor, head of the ADHD division of the World Psychiatric Association, acknowledges Dr. Goldberg's expertise in the field. Her own ADHD diagnosis as an intern transformed her life resulting in her developing a unique therapy technique that integrates her personal and professional experience with Eastern and Western approaches. She teaches the reader to see and comprehend ADHD empathically and nonjudgmentally, while the cornerstone of her method is learning how to communicate to, not about, the individuals involved.

The mental health and medical condition known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is becoming more widely recognized, and as a result, patients are receiving treatment that is more successful. In order to increase the likelihood of successful treatment of ADHD, it is essential for medical professionals to have the necessary education and experience to have a comprehensive understanding of the condition.

Talking ADHD - The Breakthrough Guide To Understanding, Empowering, and Communicating Without Judgement by Esther Goldberg is both reliable and highly accessible by throwing ‘a lifeline to millions of parents, caregivers, and therapists. It helps them navigate a prevalent and defining, yet often misunderstood, phenomena of the modern age.’ Very highly recommended and a well-deserved five stars from me. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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