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"

ADDer World updates

  Book Untapped Brilliance We have started our new Signed Book Giveaway Contest: Untapped Brilliance: How to Reach Your Full Potential As an Adult with Attention Deficit Disorder by Jacqueline Sinfield. I’ve read the book and I really like it, Jacqueline has provided us with a brilliant roadmap to reaching our full potential in her book Untapped Brilliance!
It’s easy to enter the drawing by starting a new relevant topic on our ADDer World ADHD Social Network, inviting new members and, new members are automatically entered into the drawing box.
We are well over 3000 members now!! Goodness, we started as a relatively small community for people seeking a more positive place to discuss the trails, tribulations, triumphs and inspirations of life with ADHD. Over Three…Thousand members – we’ve come quite a ways. And our members are an active bunch, with over 1600 blog posts and over 1000 topics posted in the main forum alone! Let’s keep on keeping on! Keep spreading the word about our ADDer World. If you’re not a member yet, join us!
Here’s an announcement posted on our network that I think is helpful: Melissa Orlov, Kevin Murphy, and Dr. Ned and Sue Hallowell are offering the six session ADHD Effect on Adult Couples Continuing Education (CE) Phone Seminar for Professionals beginning January 10, 2012: is a charge for this event, and for further details you can also visit our ‘events’ section on the ADDer World Social Network (I receive no compensation for posting this).
One last announcement: Sharon St. John, LPC has put together an ADHD SUPPORT GROUP GUIDE to using One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir. Facilitators and members of support groups around the world have written me over the last few years telling me about their experiences using One Boy’s Struggle as a tool and many have asked for a guide book, so it is helpful that Sharon has taken the time to put a guide together for any other support groups that may like to use it as well.
Thank you all for making our ADDer World Social Network the wonderful place that it is.