This 3rd edition of Bird’s-Eye View provides a ten-year improvement on 11 teenagers that have been showcased within the initial guide. Today, their professions vary from instructor, up to a cook, bandleader, music major, musician, military reservist, assistant to a medical center ICU manager, and students. These teenagers provide the kind that is best of advice—advice based on first-hand experience. But on top of that, teenagers and their loved ones are kept with a feeling of hope which they too will endure this occasionally, overwhelming condition.
Book Overview: A Bird’s-Eye View
Had been written expressly for teens, preteens, and adults by teens and an adult that is young are suffering ADD or ADHD. This survival guide for teenagers, preteens, and young adults provides factual information and practical advice in terms and examples that young adults can certainly realize and place into training. Written with humor and compassion, A Bird’s Eye View provides down-to-earth guidelines for dealing with a number of problems: disorganization, forgetfulness, constantly being belated, sleep issues, memorization, procrastination, restlessness, medicine, composing essays, and algebra. Full of photos, cartoons, and entertaining ADHD stories, this guide is intended become helpful though be interesting to see. The underside line objective with this guide would be to offer teenagers and parents with academic information, techniques for coping, plus a feeling of hope which they too will endure this disorder that is sometimes overwhelming. (more…)