Zoë Kessler’s award-winning book, Adoption Reunions: A Book for Adoptees, Birth Parents and Adoptive Families, celebrates 20 years in print in 2013. Published under Kessler’s adoptive name, Michelle McColm, Adoption Reunions first appeared in print in 1993, published by Second Story Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Adoption Reunions is now in its third print run and continues to help adult adoptees and their families to successfully navigate a reunion and the emotions that come with this life-changing event.
“Adoption Reunions is the most comprehensive book about reunions so far…”
Nancy Verrier, MFCC, adoptive mother and author of The Primal Wound: Understanding the Adoptive Child, California, U.S.A.
PRAISE FOR ADOPTION REUNIONS
Could you have adult ADHD?
Read article on www.thestar.com
Although it’s often thought of as a children’s disease, ADHD is also one of the most underrecognized conditions in adults, according to Canadian psychiatrist Dr. Tim Bilkey. Kessler’s story is one of many Bilkey shares in his co-authored book, Fast Minds: How to Thrive If You Have ADHD (Or Think You Might)
Zoë Kessler (author), Patricia O. Quinn, M.D. (Foreword)
Publication date: September 1, 2013
Paperback: 216 pages
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Is ADHD ruining your home life?
Do you or does someone you love suffer from distraction, mood swings, forgetfulness or messiness?
These 8 tips might just help smooth over relationships, repair marriages, or at least provide relief from the resident compulsive bubble-wrap popper. Save your home from ADHD now with these 8 sure-fire tips (ok. They may not be foolproof, but they’re worth a shot.)
1 ) Eliminate Bubblewrap
This one’s a no-brainer (sorry, that was probably a poor choice of words). With low impulse control, what self-respecting ADHDer can resist pop-pop-popping away annoyingly when there’s free-roaming bubblewrap laying about? Remove it now! …before the trouble starts…