Tara McGillicuddy

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (29 of 31)
Location: South Shore, MA USA
In My Own Words:
Tara McGillicuddy is a senior certified ADHD Coach who has spent the last decade researching ADHD and computer mediated communication. In addition to developing distance learning programming for people affected by ADHD she also volunteers her time providing support and education to the online AD/HD community. Tara was instrumental in developing ADDForums.com which is the largest and most active vo… Read more
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 453,531 - Total Helpful Votes: 29 of 31
Answers to Distraction by Edward M. Hallowell M.D.
Answers to Distraction by Edward M. Hallowell M.D.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great AD/HD Resource, June 4 2004
This a great AD/HD resource. The book is written in a very ADD friendly Q & A format. This book will anser many commonly asked AD/HD related questions. Many of the questioned answered are ones that you may have always wanted to know but were afried to ask.
This a great book to add your AD/HD Library.
Dare To Forgive by Edward M. Hallowell M.D.
Dare To Forgive by Edward M. Hallowell M.D.
This is an Amazing Book. Dr. Hallowell discusses everyday life situations in great detail and makes the readers feel as though they are actually there. He does not try to sugar coat things are try to suggest that forgving others or ourselves is something easy to do.
He does however give the readers both scientific and spritual reasons about why forgiveness is beneficial. He also gives practical suggestions on how to begin to forgive. This is a great book for everybody even those people can easily forive.
The A.D.D. Nutrition Solution: A Drug-Free 30 Day &hellip by Marcia Zimmerman
3.0 out of 5 stars Very Interesting, Aug. 13 2003
I think Marcia Zimmerman's book is very interesting. Of course like most other AD/HD books I have read I don't agree with her 100 %. No, I don't think nutrition of lack of nutrition is the cause of AD/HD. I believe that we are born with our AD/HD brains and that it is genetic. I know I have said this before that I do believe that there is a link to nutrition and AD/HD. Our brains do work differently than those with out AD/HD so maybe we do require different nutrients than others.

I have been taking the supplement suggested in Marcia's book for close to a year. I don't take the same name brand ones that she insists that we take though. The supplements have been very helpful… Read more

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