Book Review – A Thousand Ways to Pay Attention by Rebecca Schiller

In this engaging memoir, Rebecca traces her juggling of many troublesome symptoms with the intricacies of setting up a small homestead, while bringing in an expansive knowledge of the history of the land she lives on.  After issues with misdiagnoses and misguided treatment, she finally discovers that what has plagued her all along is severe ADHD.  This book is a prime example of how a neurodivergent mind thinks, and this book will be of great interest to anyone interested in psychological memoirs as well as life out in the English countryside. Pick up your copy starting April 26, 2002!

This entry was posted in Book Reviews, Lost in a Good Book. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.