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"

For Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD – Adults with ADHD too!

This is a very special announcement. I have a new book coming out in a couple short weeks. It is my labor of love, the grandest adventure and the most ambitious writing I have endeavored since One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir. The title of my new book is 7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD. Don’t let the title fool you though, this new book will be just as important a read for adults with ADHD as it is for parents and teachers. I would even go so far as calling it my Manifesto – at least, that’s what my wife is calling it.

The new book shares with readers what I consider the 7 most crucial tips for parents and teachers. Because of how serious I am about this new book I asked two professional therapists (who you may have heard of) to write forewords to this new book! You will read them soon.

This new book is so significant to me personally that I did not stop writing after I finished the 7 crucial tips. No, I had so much more to include and say. I decided to provide resources as well, recommended websites, books and web-links that will help people find therapists, doctors, coaches, lessons about ADHD and many, many other very useful resources. I included resources that I have found extremely useful and only the best of the best books that I recommend.

After the resource section I continued and included an in depth section on Professional Therapy, explaining why it was so helpful to me and how it may be helpful to others with ADHD. I consider the chapter on professional therapy a must read for anyone with adult ADHD as well.

I didn’t stop there. I added even more content and a very special look back on my life with ADHD and what the signs were that I had undiagnosed ADD as a child.

This book is unlike any that I have written before. It’s not just a new book – it is a new direction for me as a writer and just another person with ADHD. I can try to explain what I mean, but it would be more practical and worth it if you read the new book and see for yourself what I mean.

7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD

**Now available as a Kindle book, click here.