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  • Scattered Minds

  • The Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder
  • De : Gabor Maté MD
  • Lu par : Daniel Maté
  • Durée : 11 h et 22 min
  • 4,9 out of 5 stars (15 notations)

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    Description

    Written from the inside by a person who himself has ADD, with the wisdom gained through years of medical practice and research, Scattered Minds explodes the myth of ADD as a genetically based illness, offering real hope and advice for children and adults who live with this disorder.

    ©1999 Gabor Maté (P)2017 Post Hypnotic Press Inc.

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    "In one of the most comprehensive and accessible books about Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Maté, a Canadian physician and popular medical columnist, challenges many accepted notions about the condition, which afflicts more than three million children and a significant number of adults." ( Publishers Weekly)

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    The best in the field of ADD

    Very accessible and easy to listen. It made me understand a lot of my own feelings and behavior.
    Thank you!!!

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    • M. V.
    • 17/07/2020

    Excellent book

    Excellent, well-written book that covers a lot of ground, including a role of attachment and presents ADD a lot as an attachment disorder, which I find helpful, but others may argue for distinguishing them, which, in fact is often hard to do and this book does a good job at integrating rather then distinguishing the two disorders. On the whole this is a well-balanced book when it comes to bio-psycho-social-spiritual formulation. I truly enjoyed Daniel Mate’s voice and narration, one of the best l have heard on Audible books. Unfortunately, some of the Audible books are narrated by jarring, unpleasant voices that my ADD brain absolutely cannot stand even when I'm genuinely interested in the book itself. Daniel’s voice did a true service to this beautifully written book.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 15/11/2020

    Life changing!!!!

    Didn't know that my mother's rageuos beatings caused me this much damage. But why would i suspect that?, such beatings are the gold standard of parenting in Africa. Its sad i discovered this now, imagine if i dicovered this in my earlier years, instead of in my final year of university, at the same time i feel lucky to have discovered this at 21. I have seen first hand how bad adhd can be if it goes untreated. My father was a great lawyer at his peak, he is an absolute mess right now because of this. Lost job, marriage, back with his mother, multiple kids, crippling debts, lost car to pawnshop after years of paying for it. I will try to recommend this book for him and i hope my future wont be the same. Time to start the process of healing.

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    • Paola A. Zolezzi
    • 02/10/2020

    Excellent book. Really gets you to understand how ADD originates, works and feels

    This book has helped me understand how ADD affects my life, my husband’s and my 11 year old daughter. I feel now that I can be much more effective when dealing with everyday issues in relation with my family and with myself. Also to be able to be self compassionate and be compassionate with them rather than judgemental.

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    • Craig
    • 09/09/2022

    Highly recommend for people whose mind races

    Great book on the subject of ADD and addiction. Helped me look at my mental state in a completely different way and encouraged me to go get an assessment.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 09/08/2022

    A launchpad to self understanding in ADHD

    This book is a great start to understanding ADHD for both the parent and Adult.

    the author is guilty of sometimes making outlandish statements but usually explains well what he means if you listen further. this is mainly due to him not being able to use proper words always to explain how he feels in short but good at explaining it at length.

    I found his techniques quite helpfull in my own life as someone with ADHD. he does take a while to get too ADHD in adults. if it drags listen till the first healing chapter then skip till 27 I think is when he moves from teens too adults.

    also very important to take into consideration this book is over 20 years old and in science that is ancient. This book is also Social Science and in Social Science there are no "hard facts" as humans are way to complex for that.
    This is why I say this book is a great launchpad. it is not too academic and explains well to the laymen so when you do go on to do further reading you will have a reference of Onder standing instead of getting lost in too much science jargon.

    science develops so what he sais is still very much aplicable maybe not to everyone but this field has been built on since then.

    anyone complaining that this book is not cited well enough has not had the displeasure of reading a proper scientific book. honestly if you have ADHD and make it through a full scientific audio book I applaud you. I can only do it with a physical copy and speed reading tequinqes as I was taught to read academic articals and the books are worse than the articles.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 11/03/2022

    Age 24, I discover my ADHD thanks to this book.

    This is a wonderful read, and a turning point in my life.

    Learning this has been a great relief, and is making me hopeful about the future. The narration too helped to bring life to the experiences of sufferers related in the book.

    Accepting your flaws is difficult when you don't even understand what exactly you're supposed to accept. Now I do, and I also know how to ask others to accept me, I know in what ways I am different from them, and in what ways my behavior will appear unpredictable and irrational.

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    • Marjan
    • 25/11/2021

    One of the best narrator

    Thank God for the narrator. That’s the way one does it. I wish audible would have him read more.
    Thank you

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    • Peter
    • 06/10/2021

    Very helpful for people who want I understand not only ADD, but themselves.

    I found this book extremely helpful in understanding where many of my deep seated self defeating issues and habits have come from. With that understanding Dr Maté them guided me through an understanding of how to mature that part of me.

    Highly recommend

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    • Ognjen
    • 28/09/2021

    Revealing

    Brilliant insight to ADDwith many personal stories to back it up. I find myself in most of the symptoms. Mate is one of the great minds able to see the patterns in human behavior.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 24/09/2021

    issue set up 97%, solutions part 3%.

    insightful empty statements, yet solution ideas are scattered and not insightful at all...and many unnecessary smart looking vocabulary to support vanilla parts especially, confusing intentionally.

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    • Clara
    • 27/07/2022

    Compassionate and knowledgeable

    Dr. Gabor Mate writes very eloquently and approaches the topic with honestly, courage, and compassion. It’s a very informative book with helpful insights for people affected by ADD and their loved ones. While not a fearmonger, Dr. Maté does not share the exaggerated enthusiasm some other books have about the disorder. Rather, his perspective is realistic and reasonable. Highly recommended.

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    • leila
    • 09/10/2021

    The second half was amazing!

    I didn’t hate but kind of hated the first half of the book. The endless repetition of the origins of ADD drag on and are repetitive. They give no real insight on how it is to be prevented by an individual or a mother. I feel it dragged on endlessly. The second half, about healing and treatment were great. Very useful, practical and very insightful. Especially the last three chapters were gold. My advice is to skip the first half and Listen/read the second half. I really enjoyed the speaker just as in the hungry ghosts.

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    • racine
    • 05/03/2021

    great book

    really interesting book. it helped me so much with understanding myself and my son and our behaviours. it's a real eye opener for me and has confirmed what my mum always thought, that I have ADD because I am very sensitive person, my son is the same.

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    • R. Renz
    • 25/02/2020

    very insightful, some things I've never heard of

    I loved it. I like the almost Jungian psychoanalytic approach. it's a shame that in online forums such as Reddit you're discouraged to discuss this book because of a lack of academic publications by Dr. maté. very childish and intellectually arrogant. unlike the contents of this book! Dr. Maté seems to be quite humble in his approach.
    I'd love to see a follow up work that goes more into how to actually deal with adhd, this came a bit short (especially for adults). other than that, very insightful.

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    • ojuarezs
    • 07/05/2018

    One if not the best ADHD book

    I have been reading a lot if different authors and this book could be the best of all so far, specially since it was written in 1999... I think it was ahead if its time.
    Specially important is the focus on early childhood experiences and the brain development.
    Also, it covers childhood, teenage years and adulthood. It is wide ranging and it is deep.
    I hope this book also helps you, in my case it gave me a big push in understanding and better dealing with ADHD in my family and in child rearing, also I felt validated and supported in many regards as the non-ADHD partner. About this, unfortunately there is still very little focus, little information or support for the non-ADHD partner or family.

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    • Vincent Vega
    • 22/06/2022

    Not an easy listen but persist

    It was a difficult listen. Not because the language is tough or the narration is bad. No. It was because the book makes you go back to your childhood and relive some experiences which you probably did not expect to revisit anytime soon. It's a very important book if you or your loved ones has ADHD. Even if you think you might have it as an adult, it would be nice to listen to the book, see if you can relate to it and then contact medical authorities for a diagnosis. Very interesting book.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 01/04/2022

    A great great book

    If you think you or any of your closed ones have ADD, if you are a parent or awaiting a baby please read this book. It encompasses very important information of the brain development of children and the influence of the early felt emotions. Highly recommended

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    • Ran
    • 15/03/2022

    Great source for anyone suspected to have ADHD

    I got diagnosed with ADHD when I was very young and I suspect all my life this was a miss diagnosis, made to put me in a box. Almost 20 years latter I can look back at it and say this diagnosis was dead on. The Book perfectly lays out the struggles I have faced all my school life and I empathize a lot with the cases presented in the book, because we lived trough the same experience.
    The book gives perspective on the pitfalls that someone with ADHD can fall into on the journey to better mental health, key takeaways are a proclivity to cope with difficult emotions trough addictive tendencys or compulsive over stimulation by any means possible in order to keep the mind occupied. For me personally it is important on the way to heal to slowly rid myself of destructive addictions and replace them by activities that serve me better in the long run while not outsourceing responsiblity to other but to take ownership for my faults and feelings as good as I can manage.
    Another thing worth pointing out is that ADHD is neither a gift nor a curse. It is a mental condition that needs to be understood so the person afflicted can learn to manage it, having a overly negative or positive outlook on the condition might cloud one's judgment on how to handle it.
    I will choose to not take medication and want to learn how I can live with this condition on my own terms.

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    • olimpiae
    • 26/08/2021

    more than just a book about ADD

    i had to pause abd let the ideas sink in. i recommend it not only for the ADD interested people.

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    • G.A
    • 17/05/2021

    Mandatory

    Must be a mandatory reading in school and just as important as any other subject teached in school. Digest it multiple times because every time a new self will be found also new insights about once self will be discovered!