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  1. Janet Gibson

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I had to concentrate and sit still myself to read this book!

I was impressed by the detail that had gone into writing about this subject and I felt a great sense of relief to find a book that so accurately described everything about ADHD and the difficulties my son faced and that it is an actual disorder. I wished that I had had this book when I was trying to explain to his headteacher about the causes of ADHD. I realised that she did not believe me when I explained about neurotransmitter levels and that my son could not always be relied on to control his behaviour even if he did know right from wrong. He suffered several exclusions from school and it was not until they discovered that his older sister was going to Oxford University that they decided I was not such a bad mother; he was never excluded again.

I found …

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