Trouble with a Tiny t(#CommissionsEarned), criticized the book for presenting ADHD as a problem. I laughed pretty hard. Clearly, the reviewer had never lived with ADHD.
Um, yeah. It’s kind of a problem. But the reviewer found the story “ultimately empowering.” This made me wonder: Can ADHD be empowering?As a child, my oldest daughter, now 23, was loud, squirmy, and defiant.
She never slept or ate, she talked back and lied. She hated school. Now, she’s funny, well adjusted, and in a prestigious dental school.Read more on additudemag.com