Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

7 Crucial Tips ADD ADHD BOOK 99

7 Crucial Tips ADD ADHD BOOK 99
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This is just a very quick update: Incase you missed it yesterday I have created a Back To School Special for this weekend, which means nearly all of my books will be available for the next couple day for 99Cents each! These include the Kindle books: 7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD and 10 Things I Hate about ADHD! For more information and the links to the books, go (click) here. Enjoy! Bryan

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5 of the Funniest Real-life Stories with ADD ADHD, ever!

5 of the Funniest Real-life Stories with ADD ADHD, ever!
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As everyone surely knows by now, I am celebrating the launch of my new book “10 Things I Hate about ADHD (Plus 10 More),” which is a book intended to be funny. And likewise, as someone with ADHD, I just can’t shut-up about it (or maybe that’s just me). So, to help me celebrate I asked my fellow ADD ADHD bloggers to help me, and they did that by providing their funniest personal stories concerning ADHD. Get ready to laugh, cry and probably recognize yourself  in a few of the following stories. Be sure to visit these bloggers websites, they are all great people and writers sharing their stories and helping others live better lives while coping with ADD ADHD. Without further ado, here are the first 5 stories: The funniest thing that has ever happened to me wasn’t funny at the time. By Brenda Nicholson of AnADDWoman.com I always hosted the family Christmas dinner every year. There […]

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7 Funny Memes About ADD ADHD

7 Funny Memes About ADD ADHD
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I love creating memes to share online. The last couple weeks I created several of them to help promote my new book “10 Things I Hate about ADHD.” I took quotes from the book and put them on pictures that related. Some of these really took of and created some very interesting conversations on social media sites. These pictures are best viewed at full size, just click on each one to get the full sized version. Feel free to print, share on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest, any Social Networking site, and if you like, reblog. Also, if you want to you can join the conversation for these memes on Facebook. If you’ve read “10 Things I Hate about ADHD” don’t forget to get your name in the drawing – the details for that are at this link. Have fun! – – – – – – I hope you enjoyed these memes! Share ’em, if […]

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The Best ADD ADHD Blogs

The Best ADD ADHD Blogs
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It’s an honor to present you with many of the best ADD ADHD blogs on the web. If it’s cool with you, I’d like to say a few words before we get to these awesome websites… It’s kind of strange, really. When I think about it. This blog, ADDer World, used to take up so much of my time. I used to spend morning, noon and night thinking up new topics to write about and then Hyperfocus on writing about them. And then suddenly, I stopped. That’s the way of ADHD sometimes. It’s the way of my life. I can get so intensely interested in doing something and then all at once, one day, I’ll just stop. No warning whatsoever, and when I stop something, I usually don’t look back. Well, perhaps years later I’ll look back and wax nostalgically and sometimes (far too often) there will be pings (deep […]

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A “Warning” to a Person with ADHD is a “Go For It!”

A “Warning” to a Person with ADHD is a “Go For It!”
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Time and Time again I’ve read WARNINGS from writers, publishers and book designers NOT to fiddle with your final book cover design! But, you know what? Whenever I’m warned, well, somehow it gets translated in my ADHD mind to mean that I really, really, really SHOULD (more like, absolutely MUST) fiddle with my book cover.  Yeah, try warning someone with ADHD and see what happens. Try warning someone with ADHD and see what happens! (If you’re on Twitter click to Tweet this, if you want.) But, and here’s the clincher, what really gets me is that had I NOT been warned I wouldn’t have even thought of fiddling with the cover of “10 Things I Hate about ADHD” in the first place. Don’t you just hate that? (wink-wink) 😉 You can see all the versions on (click) Pinterest, if you like. I know you’ll get all of the jokes. If you’d like to comment on this […]

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How to Overcome Fear of Failure even If You Have ADHD

How to Overcome Fear of Failure even If You Have ADHD
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I hate admitting this, but I procrastinated on publishing my new book “10 Things I Hate about ADHD, Plus 10 More” for over a year because the original, short free version had well over 100, 000 downloads. It became one of the most downloaded free eBooks about ADHD. And I just knew an extended version, no matter how good, might not do nearly as well, especially for sell. (The original had the right time, right place, right subject, all that right stuff. Right.) But this week I finally took the leap and published the extended version on Amazon. I still hesitated and almost didn’t publish it because I didn’t want it to fail (I didn’t want to fail), but then I realized it’s enough to actually follow through and do what I said I would do. Whew! Follow through and do whatever it is that you want to do. Like […]

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What’s The Deal With Piles and ADHD!?

What’s The Deal With Piles and ADHD!?
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Below is a short excerpt from the book “10 Things I Hate about ADHD, Plus 10 More!” Enjoy it, and be sure to read to the bottom to get in on the low hanging fruit! — Oh how I hate piles. Doesn’t everyone? How many piles do you have around your home? No, don’t count them. You will never get an accurate number, much less finish. I’ll tell you what. Instead of calling them piles, let’s call them what they really are, “haphazard-stacks-of-stuff-that-you-are-definetly-going-to-sort-through-some-day-soon-because-you-really-really-want-to-or-at-least-you-want-to-want-to.” Of course, not everyone who has ADHD has the pile problem; I have met people with ADHD who have the neatest, cleanest living spaces in the world. They are probably fortunate enough to have a handy person around who does all the cleaning. But believe me, that wonderful handy person is almost certainly not too happy about it. Feel free to take my word for this. I […]

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The 2 Most Important Announcements (ADHD) This Year

The 2 Most Important Announcements (ADHD) This Year
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I am very happy to make one very important announcement and quite sad about another announcement I am also making today. These are the most important announcements I will make this year concerning the work I do in the ADHD community. Let’s start out with the announcement that makes me (and hopefully you) most happy! Perhaps you remember a little eBook titled “10 Things I Hate about ADHD”? It became one of the most downloaded eBooks about ADHD and by far the most popular book I ever wrote. It was so popular, it took me by surprise and I had to create a separate email address for those who wanted to contact me about the darned book. I really didn’t think too much about it when I first wrote it, it was just 10 simple jokes that most of us with ADHD could relate to. I didn’t take it that […]

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Cover for 10 Things I Hate about ADHD, Plus 10 More

Cover for 10 Things I Hate about ADHD, Plus 10 More

The revised, extended edition to one of the most downloaded eBooks about ADHD is now an Amazon Best Seller! If you read the original short version, you haven’t read anything yet! Check out the bestselling updated edition on Amazon, but remember, if you have ADHD, do it now so you don’t forget!!  

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ADHD and How to Overcome Doubt

ADHD and How to Overcome Doubt
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Today I am happy to announce I have released a new book titled “Writer’s Doubt.” Over the years, since I started this blog in 2007 and have published 10 books, some free and some available on Amazon, I have been asked countless times how I write so much even though I have ADHD. To be honest my biggest struggle with writing hasn’t so much been my ADHD symptoms (if anything writing helps my symptoms), but rather, self-doubt. Granted, I probably suffered from more doubt than the average, normal person because I grew up with undiagnosed ADHD, but ultimately, doubt has been my primary nemesis. And I think this is especially true for a lot of people, like you and me, with ADHD. As the title, “Writer’s Doubt” reveals, the book is about writing and overcoming doubt, it is not about ADHD. In fact, ADHD is never mentioned in the book. I […]

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