Nationally recognized and actively sought as a voice of reason, Lynn Weiss needs no introduction. Her writing accomplishments appear below. Books: View from the Cliff: A Course in Achieving Daily Focus, Taylor 2001; A.D.D. and Success, Taylor 1998; A.D.D. and Creativity, Taylor 1997; How to Read Your Child Like a Book, Meadowbrook Publishing Co. 1997; Give Your A.D.D. Teen A Chance, Pinion Press 1996; A.D.D. on the Job, Taylor 1996; The Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults Workbook; Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults: Practical Help and Understanding, Taylor 1992, Third edition, 1996, Best-seller. Power Lines: What to Say in Problem Situations, Weiss and Lora Cain, Taylor 1994. I Wasn't Finished with Life, Weiss, et.al., E-Heart Press. Most recently, excerpts in ADDvance Magazine from View from the Cliff, 2001 to continue throughout 2001-2002; ADDitude Magazine, 2000; Monthly columns in Recovery; Dallas FamilyMagazine; SR Texas; Total Fitness; View Magazine, 1987-1995; Dozens of articles in newspapers, journals and newsletters on child development and child care issues. 1966-present; on ADD/ADHD issues, 1987-present; on human behavior 1966-present.
The book helps sufferers self-screen, cope with and manage their
ADD. -- Tina M. Steffen * Fort Worth Star-Telegram *
[Lynn Weiss] shares her findings, symptoms and ways to handle the complex disorder in this easy-to-understand book. -- Velma Daniels * Winter Haven News-Chief *