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About The Book

Destress, find your community, and practice self-love with these 100+ exercises to reinforce ADHD as a strength.

When you have ADHD, it can be hard to stay on top of your wellness. Self-Care for People with ADHD is here to help!

This book can help you engage in some neurodiverse self-care—without pretending to be neurotypical. You’ll find more than 100 tips to accepting yourself, destigmatizing ADHD, finding your community, and taking care of your physical and mental health. You’ll find solutions for managing the negative aspects of ADHD, as well as ideas to bring out the positive aspects. With expert advice from psychiatrist and clinician Sasha Hamdani, MD, Self-Care for People with ADHD will help you live your life to the fullest!

About The Author

Dr. Sasha Hamdani is a board-certified psychiatrist and ADHD clinical specialist. In high school, she founded WorldHarmonyOnline, a nonprofit organization serving to create global access to healthcare, education, and technology. Her passion for advancing accessible healthcare led her to medical school and eventually through psychiatry residency. @ThePsychDoctorMD on Instagram and TikTok, she breaks down stigmas and provides evidence-based information about ADHD from the unique perspective of someone who has been both a patient and a provider. Most recently, she was selected to participate in the Healthcare Leaders in Social Media roundtable at the White House. She currently practices in Kansas City.

Why We Love It

“ADHD can be a challenging experience for so many people—in ways that are much different than the way that ADHD can be portrayed in mainstream media. Beyond surface level stereotypes of ADHD, this book goes deeper and gives real and practical tips for people with ADHD who may be struggling with their emotions and their outlook on life, as well as useful advice for navigating day-to-day challenges, their careers, their diagnoses and so much more. Best of all, Dr. Sasha Hamdani is writing from with the clinical experience of a psychiatrist with the lived experience of someone with ADHD, so readers know that they’ll be able to trust Self-Care for People with ADHD.”

—Leah D., Associate Editor, on Self-Care for People with ADHD

Product Details

  • Publisher: Adams Media (January 3, 2023)
  • Length: 192 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781507219447

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Raves and Reviews

"Very ADHD-friendly, with lots of short snippets on ways to engage in self-care as an ADHDer."

Neurodivergent Insights

“You can tell Self-Care for People With ADHD is written by someone who gets it.”


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