I've been working on something for awhile and I'm really excited to announce:
I'm writing a book!
The book is tentatively titled Refocus and will be a practical guide to mastering your ADHD.
It's intended to be a starting point for people in the beginning of their journey. Those discovering for the first time that they have ADHD.
Also, I'm planning to write in public with this book. I'll be sharing progress and updates all throughout the process, you can follow me on Twitter for more regular updates.
I want to hear your suggestions for specific topics you think I should include in the book! I want this to be the book that helps you, that you will want to recommend to friends and family. Please share what matters most to you and what you want to learn more about.
For more information, check out refocusbook.com where you can see a preview of the current table of contents and join the waitlist.
Thanks again, I really hope this can be an amazing resource to help out the ADHD community and all those new people discovering their ADHD for the first time.
Jesse J. Anderson
🥇🐦 PERFECTIONISM: a thread This twitter thread by Dani Donovan talks about how fear is at the root of perfectionism and exploring what that struggle feels like.
❤️📺 ADHD: What We Want You To Know (12m) Betsy Thompson shares her advice for loved ones of someone with ADHD. You can send this to friends and family so they can learn how best to communicate and support someone with ADHD. — Thanks for the suggestion, Lacey!
Quote of the week
From dopamine’s point of view, having things is uninteresting. It’s only getting things that matters. If you live under a bridge, dopamine makes you want a tent. If you live in a tent, dopamine makes you want a house. If you live in the most expensive mansion in the world, dopamine makes you want a castle on the moon. Dopamine has no standard for good, and seeks no finish line.
— Daniel Z. Lieberman