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Figuring it Out Step by Step
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Navigating the world with an ADHD brain can be exhausting. The rollercoaster ride from clinical assessments through diagnosis to treatment can leave you feeling anxious and isolated, worried about failing or feeling different.

This handy guide is here to change all that. If you have (or suspect you have) ADHD, you'll know the frustration of being given neurotypical or clinical advice - but this is straight from an ADHD brain to you.

The accessible A-Z format, covering everything from burnout and finances to time management and relationships, gives you the tips and confidence you need to reach your full potential. It empowers you to understand why ADHD brains work the way they do and how to harness your unique mind to think creatively and overcome any hurdle life throws at you.

Easy to digest and full to the brim with practical life advice including budgeting plans for impulsive spending, advice on rejection sensitive dysphoria and ways to relax, this book provides everything you need to feel confident and supported through your ADHD diagnosis and beyond.
  • Published: Nov 21 2022
  • 226 x 152mm
  • ISBN: 9781839973857
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Press Reviews

  • Samantha Hiew PhD, Founder and Director of ADHD Girls Ltd

    ADHD: An A to Z is like having a friend walk you through your early journey with ADHD when the NHS websites are full of scary symptomatic speak. Leanne's book is exceptionally well written via the lens of an ADHDer for ADHDers - the book packs the latest research from experts in the field of ADHD and personal lived experience which gives readers a sense of validation and solidarity. What's most important is that the book is accessible, practical and broken down in manageable chunks - perfect for someone with ADHD.
  • Mike Pickets, Ambassador for Nutritious Minds and Founder of Raver Tots

    This book is a must read for anyone who is getting to grips with and understanding ADHD. The clear and easy to follow format of the book makes it an easy and pleasurable read.
  • Sonia Ali, author of ‘A Teenage Girl’s Guide to Living Well with ADHD’.

    A fantastic manual that does exactly what it says in the title: explores the key issues from A to Z that are really pertinent to anyone with ADHD. The book's format is really accessible for ADHDers - you can scan through the contents page and dip into the chapters that are most relevant to you. Each chapter is packed with really interesting ideas, lots of practical advice and exercises to complete and it's all written in a really engaging way. An absolutely invaluable resource!
  • From the foreword by Ellie Middleton, Autistic & ADHD Advocate

    I read through this book and found new perspectives on every page. I had an infinite number of those "Ahhh, yes, of course!" moments - and I finished each chapter with an array of post-it notes covered with ideas to implement, quotes to live by, and things to consider.
  • Dr Rob Baskin, Independent Consultant Adult Psychiatrist and Specialist in ADHD

    A fantastic user friendly book which is both an excellent resource for those working with ADHD clients, and also a bible for adults as they navigate their journey pre diagnosis, validate their daily life experiences and give them strategies to manage their ADHD and live their best lives
  • I Am Paying Attention

    A deeply validating reminder that peace *is* possible, however your brain works! It's super refreshing to find a book formatted in a way that caters to those of us who struggle with focus. Thank you for a book we can finally read without worrying we're 'doing it wrong'!