I had an unusual reaction to the 2002 edition of ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life by Kathleen G. Nadeau, a highly-regarded ADD coach, and Judith Kolberg, a founder of the Organizing Profession and BOTH of the most important American professional societies for this vocation. This is an excellent resource for ADD-abled people because it is explicitly formatted for people with ADD – they can usually read it, when other traditionally-formatted books on the subject might not work for them at all. I LOVE to read. I had a horrible time trying to read this book. It was HARD. It was almost as if, because, at least as far as I know, I don’t have ADD, the book was fighting against me. That was a VERY instructive experience. Kinda like wearing a blindfold for a day to try to understand what it’s like to be blind.
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