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For ages 12+. This guide explores the good stuff, t-so-good stuff, rmal stuff, brain stuff, and truthfully, the stuff that isn't in any other book out there on AD/HD. Really! So what makes this book different? It is funny, honest, and written especially for girls, t for their parents. It presents all the must-kw information about AD/HD in a style that girls in junior, middle, or high school will understand and want to read. An important first step is to get to kw how AD/HD affects girls in particular. They might be some combination of dreamy, forgetful, emotional, messy, depressed, talkative, distractible, or fidgety. They might also have trouble starting and finishing homework and chores, falling asleep and getting up, or fitting in with peers. Recognising this mix of characteristics, the book presents information using three different girl characters -- Maddy, Helen, and Bo -- each with a unique personality and combination of AD/HD traits. Maddy, Helen, and Bo cover all there is to kw, including: What AD/HD is like for girls; How the AD/HD brain works; How puberty compounds problems with AD/HD; How counselling, coaching, and medications help; How to deal with emotions from anger to anxiety to depression; What advantages there are to having AD/HD; How to cope with school and homework; How to get along with family and friends. Armed with this kwledge about AD/HD and the unbeatable advice found in this book, girls will be ready to accept the impact of AD/HD and decide how they are going to deal with it. It won't be easy, but it will be worth it! This guide should be essential reading for girls, but also for parents, counsellors, teachers, psychologists, and anyone who kws a girl with AD/HD and wants to understand her better.