One Boy’s Struggle is currently not available. It will be republished at a later date.
Considered by many as one of the most important ADHD memoirs. This story describes ADHD from the “inside” how a young person feels and perceives the world. How he learns survival skills and overcomes the challenges he faces as he gets older and ventures into the working world where he must further learn to manage an invisible issue he’s blamed himself for all of his life. How did Bryan discover he has ADHD? How did he learn to manage it? How did he find help and how did that help actually assist Bryan in learning how to change his survival skills and become successful? One Boy’s Struggle reveals the story that needed to be told.
Review by Dr. Hallowell:
“Want to find out what it’s like to grow up with ADHD? Read One Boy’s Struggle! Hutchinson’s exploration of his always-in-trouble-for-something childhood brings to life some of the huge hurdles kids growing up with ADHD face. He writes of hope and despair, and the all-too-common conflict between desperately wanting to achieve and please, yet suspecting that you’ll fail again… and soon. Best of all, he tells his story of triumph as he gets help and follows his own unique path to success!
One Boy’s Struggle is a real eye-opener. It should be read by all parents struggling to understand how best to support their ADHD children. Adults with ADHD will likely find validation and new hope from reading Bryan’s story.”
~Dr. Edward Hallowell