ADD-ADHD: What You Say Is What You Get

What Do People Say About You? Think It's True? 

How much of who you are has been determined by others?
What can you do to make your life your own?

Are you among the several million children-- or adults-- in the U.S. who have been told that since you are easily distracted, daydream, have difficulty planning and completing tasks or make impulsive decisions,  you have a disease... a "disorder" known as, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?

What if instead you were to discover how and when the very traits people describe as, "ADD/ADHD", serve you in useful ways?  Then suppose you could learn to access and sustain a way of being that will enable you to master many of the required tasks of the non-ADD/ADHD world?  What would you say then about yourself?

The framing wrapped around children and adults diagnosed with ADD/ADHD sets the tone for how they conduct their lives: like individuals who are sick and need treatment.  The by-product of all this is that they often feel demoralized...defeated...incapable, and worst of all: isolated!

If you're one of those people, there is no question that the behaviors observed get in your way and cause difficulties.  Let's face it: when you are given a task to perform that has a time limit and you start daydreaming or become distracted, you're going to have a problem being successful in completing the assigned task. 

So it would be useful to introduce some new ideas that can lead to producing different results, right?  In order for this to happen, someone who has been labeled-- and therefore responds-- as having ADD/ADHD needs to shift in some important ways.

How this can be accomplished is presented in Dr. Green's latest CD, ADD/ADHD: What You Say Is What You Get!

You can order your copy online today, for only $13.97.