Über den Autor
Robert Jergen is an associate professor at the University in Wisconsin. He has and studies ADHD. He can be reached at RobertJergen@yahoo.com, and would greatly appreciate your thoughts regarding this book or about ADHD in general.
Chapter 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 A Brief Overview of ADHD-Understanding the Power Chapter 4 1. Meet the Jergens Chapter 5 2. Welcome to My World Chapter 6 3. Send in the Teachers Chapter 7 4. Junior High: Heroes and Hope Gone Chapter 8 5. Hobbits, High School, and New Homes Chapter 9 6. Boilermakers and Fuzzy Navels Chapter 10 7. Rebecca and the Adult World Chapter 11 8. EEG, MRI, A-OK Chapter 12 9. Storming the Gates of the Ivory Tower Chapter 13 10. Life after School Chapter 14 11. A Look at the Present Chapter 15 12. Strategies for Changing My Environments Chapter 16 13. Strategies for Learning to Learn Chapter 17 14. Strategies for Building Emotional Support Chapter 18 15. A Look Behind Chapter 19 16. A Look Forward Chapter 20 17. Some Suggestions for Parents, Teachers, and People with ADHD Chapter 21 About the Author
Here is an autobiographical look at the effects that ADHD has on individuals, their family, friends, coworkers, and lovers. The Little Monster is a valuable tool for anyone who is touched by ADHD or similar conditions.