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"

Finally! It’s available MY NEW EBook for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD FREE DOWNLOAD!

It’s here!

My new eBook 7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD is now available for download. The new eBook is a complete book and although it is written for parents and teachers, I believe it will also be a beneficial read for adults with ADHD as well.

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

The PDF free version is now only available in the Kindle edition.

A very special thank you to Dr. David Crenshaw and Dr. Catherine Avery for your contributions to this eBook! I am honored for your input, your words of wisdom and the forewords you wrote and are included in this new eBook.

A HUGE special thank you to my loving wife, Joan! She put up with me last year when I wrote this burning the midnight oil. I finished this eBook during Christmas and I do believe the completion was her most prized Christmas present, as finally she could get some rest from “Dear, could you come and read this part please…” Joan is always a major part of my writing and she does so with a smile and a light in her eyes! Thank you Joan, I love you. You make everything worthwhile. And yes, I am taking you on that vacation I promised you at the end of the month!

Joan has told me that she considers this new book my personal manifesto and I concur, it is. As such I take great pride in it and I hope with all of my heart that what I have put together for you in this eBook is beneficial to you and yours. It wasn’t always easy to write and much like my book One Boy’s Struggle, many areas were actually quite emotional for me to write about, but I firmly believe that sharing the reality of life with ADHD, and what I have learned, is more important than staying in the shadows and giving into fear, critics or inner demons that tell me I shouldn’t or couldn’t, but for you, and for me, I do and I will continue to.

And thank you to a special person in Texas, you know who you are.

Bryan

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