Long e mails —- ADD Tip o the day 239

When I get a long e-mail I have trouble reading it. I usually get one idea or maybe two and then my attention is gone and the rest of it might as well not be there. Maybe I just skim the last part and don’t really read it. I’ve missed a lot of important instructions and information this way. I try to do better but you know how that goes. As a kind of reverse strategy I’m trying to keep my own e-mails and blogs pretty short for those of you who might have the same problem.  ADD, ADHD, coping with ADD, coping with ADHD, living with ADD, living with ADHD, managing ADD,reading with ADD
doug

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I am a psychiatric physician. Learned I have ADD at age 64 My book: Your Life Can Be Better strategies for adults with ADD available at amazon.com or smashwords.com (for e books)
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3 Responses to Long e mails —- ADD Tip o the day 239

  1. erasputin says:

    Lol, I sent you a rather long email earlier, just after finishing your book. Here it is in short: Thank You ;-)

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    • thank you!!
      for reading the book, for liking it, and for the comment.

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      • erasputin says:

        It’s an honour, I’ve had a spookily similar life to Mr. L and a few others in your book before finding the right job by pure luck, and my wife is looking forward to reading your section on ADHD and Marriage. This book is really helping me get on track.

        Kudos. Seriously.

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