Confessions of an ADDiva
is frank, funny and fast
A book about women with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) that doesn’t take itself too seriously, even in its most poignant moments.
I mean, what’s not to love about a book that is written in an engaging ADHD style, has lots of whimsical illustrations and begins like this:
“I’ve stopped apologizing to doorknobs. And cocktail tables and desk corners and open drawers…”
Not only does Linda Roggli know what it’s like to be diagnosed with ADHD as an adult (age 45, to be precise), she’s willing to share her most embarrassing moments in her ADD-ish life.
Take a peek into her innermost secrets to find out:
- Why “D-O-N-E” is her favorite word
- What it’s like to “go overboard” most of the time
- How she earns the title “Professional Disorganizer”
- Why she identifies with Pippi Longstocking
- Why being “dain bread” doesn’t mean brain damage
- Why menopause and ADD have a lot in common
- About the link between ADD and illegible handwriting
- How she created a happy marriage even with ADD
- About Nora Penne Effrin and Sarah Tonin
- How you can create the life you’ve always deserved even after age 40
“This may be the first book that you actually
finish and then you’ll be sorry to see it end!”
—Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., author of More Attention, Less Deficit:
Success Strategies for Adults with AD/HD
Even if you don’t read a lot of books.
Even if you think you know all about ADHD and women
Even if you’re married to or partner with an ADHD woman,
“Confession of an ADDiva” could shake your world. Honest, compelling, engaging and 100% organic (huh?), this book is guaranteed to make you smile, perhaps cry and learn a lot about life inside and ADHD woman’s frenzied mind.
And Viva! ADDiva!