An Awesome Opportunity!
PS: If you missed this Amazon promo, sorry! The Free Download ended Monday, Sept 2. For those who made it, thanks for taking the time – and please drop a comment at Amazon if you find these New Rules useful .
It’s an Amazon Christmas in August! Get your complimentary Kindle copy of my New ADHD Medication Rules here, now.
Kindle Reader Free
If you don’t have a Kindle Reader you can download it [no cost] one for your PC, Mac or almost any device here.
You already knew that New ADHD Medication Rules – Brain Science & Common Sense achieved best-seller status in 6 categories at Amazon, soon after publication of the paperback edition in Jan, ’13.
Amazon Loves The Action
As a consequence Amazon became so pleased by these good numbers they decided to share these fresh ADHD medication realities even more energetically through a Special Amazon Kindle Promotion. Here at Core Headquarters we’re very pleased to support this Promotion because, as you know, I’m on a mission to improve ADHD patient care globally, anyway I can – with your help.
How And Where
Today, through the Amazon Link below, get your free copy of New Rules for a very limited time. Order it without charge here:
Please Pitch In
In return, please write even a brief review of your honest take on these New Rules concepts here on this same Amazon page – then Tweet, Facebook, Google+ this link to anyone you know who is remotely interested in the latest, most pressing ADHD medication misunderstandings – the Reality of ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Just hit the links below this post to connect with your friends↓
Why Download And Comment?
Discussion about these imperative, real issues will help address and overcome the pervasive denial and illusions that set the current standards for ADHD medical intervention. Reality matters.
Together we can make a difference.
Your Reality Review Matters
Today you will see there are only 11 customer reviews on this Kindle page. Quite honestly, I would love to see more than 100 before the weekend. This offer will, quite likely, end next week, and with families at home and Labor Day, it might be hard finding the time to download your copy and record a brief review.
With school starting in many cities New Rules will make a perfect gift to concerned family, coaching clients, patients, and colleagues anywhere in the world.
Post This Link
Feel free to post this link in your office, set this specific link for your download, as your help will support efforts to encourage this imperative conversation – even if you disagree with me. Use this link to make it all happen:
I look forward to seeing your notes on Amazon! Thanks in advance for your support, and your special help with sharing these important observations.
Free is over Monday. Reality matters,
PS I’ll keep you posted here through this list regarding how this all turns out. If you aren’t already on my list and receive this anew, then do sign up for updates on further ADHD evidence findings at the front page here at http://corepsych.com
PPS: A Review
Check out this super review by Steven D. Freedman in Baltimore [Thanks Steven!]:
There are plenty of important concepts in this book. Relating to ADHD itself, Dr Parker’s insights into different types of ADHD symptoms, as he defines them, is eye-opening and, I believe, is “required reading” for everyone in the field. His contention is that symptoms which are functionally different must be addressed differently. His description of “Thinking Without Acting”, which he calls the most prevalent subset of ADHD and the most overlooked, is itself worth the price of the book.
Regarding medications: some of the most important concepts he deals with or introduces are the expected duration of effectiveness (defining and monitoring), and the effects of allergies and metabolism on medications. His explanations of drug interactions is the clearest and most informative I have seen in a book whose target audience includes (but is not limited to) the lay reader.
For ADHD medications to be optimally effective as well as safe, the patient and the prescribing doctor must take into account a number of (for the most part) simple concepts, and they must do so with patience and perseverance. Dr Parker’s zeal to spread this message is fueled by the fact that neither patients nor prescribers tend to “follow the rules”, with the result of much unnecessary suffering.
This is an important book for everyone impacted by ADHD to read and understand.