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The Fog Lifted

A Clinician's Victorious Journey with ADHD
Length: 2 hrs and 56 mins
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This book is a reflection of what it feels like to live with ADHD. It is about overcoming obstacles, accomplishing goals, and finding personal and professional success and, ultimately, true self-love. The Fog Lifted is about learning to live with ADHD without relying solely on medication and discovering that ADHD can actually be one of your biggest assets! Endorsed by physicians and educators, this book is an inspiring resource for parents, educators, students, therapists, and anyone affected by ADHD. This is a motivating, informational, and inspiring comeback of a girl who would not give up despite thinking and learning differently.

©2016 Kristin Seymour (P)2017 Kristin Seymour

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Very helpful and inspirational!

Kristin Seymour is not only courageous in sharing the story of her own struggles with ADHD, she also provides guidance and hope for those helping others with this condition. Reading the book felt as though I was reading the story of my own experiences helping those around me with ADHD. Her story reminds us that these struggles are real and that there are methods to help those with ADHD. This book is a terrific resource for children (teens) and adults dealing with ADHD as well as parents (or others) helping them along their way. Kristin’s personal achievements in dealing with ADHD give others the inspiration to know that they can also overcome the challenges it presents and find success in every aspect of life.

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Thank you for baring your soul. I feel better.

Kristen bares it all. I truly enjoyed her life story (thus far). a couple of tweeks and i could make it mine. ;) I would love for her to help provide her thoughts on tools to manage organization, scheduling, etc.

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I can completely relate to this situation.

I can completely relate to this situation. I have been suffering from ADHD for many years, and I recently asked to be put on meds. The fog has lifted, or going from standard definition to HD is accurate. Thank you for your sharing.

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A must read for anyone struggling with an ADHD diagnosis

If you have a personal diagnosis, are a parent of a child with ADHD or have a partner with ADHD- you will feel so much relief after reading this book! It helped me understand why things were more difficult in school, how other people may interpret responses and impulsivity and why this should be approached as a disease. I was moved to tears and the author did an excellent job narrating her story. I would give this more than 5 stars if I could!

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  • Marisa Heredia
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An inspiration to those with (and without) ADHD

Thanks for telling the true story of what it's like to live (and struggle) with adhd until finally being diagnosed as an adult.
It's especially important for people to know and be aware that females and adults can have it too, and I enjoyed your thorough description of what it can look like during childhood, adolescence and adulthood, both with and without medication.
Most importantly, thanks for sharing a story that proves that you can still be smart and successful with this diagnosis. As Dr Hallowell said, Bravo!