My daughter just told me that one of my reviewers had commented to her that he felt sorry for me after reading the book. That’s one of the things I was afraid of and I tried to address it and head it off in the book, not too successfully apparently.
It may sound like I am all bound up in rules and drowning in strategies and worrying about how I’m doing all the time. That just isn’t the case. I do have rules and strategies and pay attention to what and how I’m doing; I’m very grateful for all that. My life is so much better now and easier and freer than it was when I was floundering around trying to find my keys or a phone number, or when I couldn’t get started on a project, or when things that I really needed to do were all piling up on me because I couldn’t get organized or couldn’t get them finished. I won’t list all of the other ADD symptoms that were messing my life up; thank God for rules and strategies.
i think the reviewer may not be struggling to cope with ADD or ADHD; if you are, then I think you’ll understand what I’m talking about. Life is good!