Grace! No. You actually have to read I Always Want to Be Where I'm Not in order for it to help you with your ADHD. Stop cleaning your tail and get back on task.
Editorial Reviews"Essential for young adults and adults with ADD/ADHD and those who love them. Written in an easy-to-read style and providing real-life examples, this is a great starting point for harnessing ADD/ADHD's positives and dealing with its difficulties to build a brighter tomorrow."
--Lisa Jordan, Library Journal
"A valuable and comprehensive guide on living with ADHD. I Always Want to Be Where I'm Notis a brilliant compilation of stories of people living with ADHD followed by tips on how to 'tap into your special power.' It's a life-saver of a book that can change your ADHD life for the better."
--Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., co-author, NY Times bestseller Driven to Distraction
"Quite simply one of the best books I've read about ADHD! With warm and humorous prose, Crenshaw provides principled, actionable advice for young adults who need to integrate ADHD symptoms into the growing pressures of adulthood. I Always Want to Be Where I'm Not should be the handbook for successfully growing up and into life with adult ADHD."
--Melissa Orlov, author The ADHD Effect on Marriage