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Recognized by Medical Professionals, Linda Rosenbaum is a Leading Authority on ADD/ADHD and how it affects real people in real life! Her memoir, My Husband Has ADD and the Miraculous Discovery that Changed Our Life, describes in detail the enormous challenges she dealt with behind the closed doors of her ADD home. It defines exactly WHAT ADD is, HOW to recognize it, HOW to cope with it…and HOW she DEFEATED it.
My Husband Has ADD provides an honest and courageous account of the misery and little-known truths about this inherited disorder. After spending decades seeking help for her husband Bob’s strange and erratic behavior, an unexpected and amazing discovery in 2011 changed everything. Similar in effect to Reiki, Linda found Pendulum Dowsing, an ancient exercise utilizing quantum physics. It worked!
This segment is a continuation of our previous episode on 9/13/13. Today we'll go deeper into the topic.
After reading the book, you can order Basic Instructions on Pendulum Dowsing for ADD/ADHD. Linda offers a basic/plus advanced private lesson, teaching how to eliminate ADD/ADHD symptoms through Pendulum Dowsing. All is accomplished in just one comprehensive session in Central Florida. Contact her through her website.
JOSEPH MATTSON is the author of the story collection Eat Hell and the novel Empty the Sun (A Barnacle Book), which was a finalist for the 2010 SCIBA Fiction Award. He lives in Los Angeles.
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Jos eph Mattson is the author of the story collection Eat Hell and the novel Empty the Sun (A
Barnacle Book), which was a finalist for the 2010 SCIBA Fiction Award. He lives in Los Angeles.
SPEED: THE MOST DEMONIZED--and misunderstood--drug in the land. Deprived of the ingrained romantic mysticism of the opiate or the cosmopolitan chic of cocaine or the mundane tolerance of marijuana, there is no sympathy for this devil. Yet speed--crystal meth, amphetamines, Dexedrine, Benzedrine, Adderall; crank, spizz, chickenscratch, oblivious marching powder, the go-fast--is the most American of drugs: twice the productivity at half the cost, and equal opportunity for all. It feels so good and hurts so bad. From its dueling roots of pharmaceutical miracle cure and Californian biker-gang scourge to contemporary Ivy League campuses and high school chem labs, punk rock clubs to the military-industrial complex, suburban households to tin-can ghettos, it crosses all ethnicities, genders, and geographies--from immigrants and heartlanders punching double factory shifts to clandestine border warlords, doctors to bomber pilots, prostitutes to housewives, T-girls to teenagers, Academy Award-nominated actors and the mansion on the hill to the poorest Indian on the rez--making it not only the most essentially American narcotic, but the most deceivingly sundry literary matter.