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References:

Books:

Barkley, Russell A.  Taking Charge of Adult ADHD.  New York:  The Guilford Press,     2010.  Print.

Handleman, Kenny.  Attention Difference Disorder:  How to Turn Your ADHD Child     or Teen’s Differences into Strengths in 7 Simple Steps.  New York:  Morgan James     Publishing, 2011.  Print.

Littman, Ellen B., Nadeau, Kathleen G., Quinn, Patricia O., Understanding Girls           with ADHD:  How they feel and why they do what they do.  2nd ed.  Washington:     Advantage Books, LLC., 2015.  Print

Matlen, Terry.  The Queen of Distraction:  How Women with ADHD Can                         Conquer Chaos, Find Focus, and Get More Done.  Oakland: New Harbinger               Publications, Inc., 2014.  Print.

Websites:

McCarthy, Laura, Flynn.  “Women, Hormones, and ADHD.”  ADDitude: Strategies      and Support for ADHD & LD.  Copyright © 1998 – 2015 New Hope Media LLC.          Web.  26 Sept. 2015

Sigler, Eunice.  “Women with ADD:  Why Girls and Moms Go Undiagnosed.”              ADDitude: Strategies and Support for ADHD & LD.  Copyright © 1998 – 2015              New Hope Media LLC.  Web.  26 Sept. 2015

Ellison, Katherine.  “Double Whammy:  Mothers and Children with ADHD.”                ADDitude: Strategies and Support for ADHD & LD.  Copyright © 1998 – 2015              New Hope Media LLC.  Web.  26 Sept. 2015

Taylor, John.  “13 Survival Strategies for ADHD Moms.”   ADDitude: Strategies and     Support for ADHD & LD.  Copyright © 1998 – 2015  New Hope Media LLC.  Web.     26 Sept. 2015

Boring, Melinda.  “6 Tips to Fight Distractions and Get Homework Done!”                     ADDitude: Strategies and Support for ADHD & LD.  Copyright © 1998 – 2015             New Hope Media LLC.  Web.  26 Sept. 2015

Magazine Articles:

Littman, Ellen.  “The Secret Lives of Girls With ADHD.”  Attention Dec. 2012:  18-          20.  Print.

Tudisco, Robert M.  “The Four ATEs of Effective Student Advocacy:  Evaluate,              Educate, Communicate, and Advocate to get your child`s needs met.”                        Attention Aug. 2007:  12-17.  Print.