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ADD/ADHD―THE MOST MISUNDERSTOOD MENTAL HEALTH AFFLICTION IN THE US

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ADD/ADHD―THE MOST MISUNDERSTOOD MENTAL HEALTH AFFLICTION IN THE US

Retired business woman living in central Florida. Careers include: newspaper advertising executive, nanny placement agency owner, publishing/marketing firm owner · Married for many decades to her ADD/ADHD husband · Against all odds, she kept her family intact, while continuously presenting their life to the public “as she wished it to be” · Through the years and in spite of little professional help, she sought answers for “the whys” for her husband’s strange and erratic behavior · Son and 2 grandsons are also afflicted · After years of untold struggles, strife, and humiliations, through relentless inquiries and research, she made an astonishing discovery in 2011 that healed her husband and changed everything · Her desire to share knowledge and wisdom (beyond prevailing thinking) is changing lives for any affected by this greatly misunderstood mental dysfunction For more information:
Date Recorded: 9/27/2013

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Judith Peck, Ed.D. is Professor Emerita of Art, Ramapo College of New Jersey. She is author of several fiction and non-fiction works and a sculptor with work in eighty collections, including the Yale Gallery of Art, the Ghetto Fighters Museum in Israel, libraries, universities, and cultural and religious institutions here and abroad. Dr. Peck holds a doctoral degree from New York University and two master’s degrees from Columbia University. She is the recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and has completed the first draft of a 4th novel about an art therapist who helps solve a school shooting. Judith grew up in Baltimore Maryland. She has four grown children and twelve grandchildren and resides in Mahwah, New Jersey. Images and videos of her sculpture can be viewed at www.jpecksculpture.com.  Descriptions of her books can be seen at www.iapbooks.com

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About It’s All in the Frijoles
INTRODUCTION

A legacy of wisdom from and for Latinos

Do you wish you could remember all the words to the childhood songs your grandmother taught you, so you could sing them to your
children? Have you ever found yourself repeating the dichos, or proverbs, your parents used to lecture you with? If you are looking for
a way to get back in touch with your culture, It's All in the Frijoins is the perfect start. A treasure trove of cherished folktales,
lullabies, poems, and dichos. this rich collection of Latino wisdom includes inspiring recollections and anecdotes by well-known and
beloved figures, both past and present—from actor Edward James Olmos and author Isabel Allende to Nobel laureate Octavio Paz and
Saint Teresa de Avila. It's All in the Frijoles is certain to evoke with fondness many a childhood memory of essential teachings
learned from parents and grandparents, including:

El hombre debe ser feo, fuerte, y formal.
A man should be homely, hardy, and honorable.
El consejo de la mujer es poco y el que no lo agarra es loco.
The advice of a woman is very scarce and the person who does not heed it is crazy.

Pueblo dividido pueblo vencido
A people divideod, a people conquered.

It's All in the Frijoles captures and perpetuates the essence of Latino tradition and is destined to become a family treasure that is
passed down from generation to generation. This legacy of wisdom provides food for thought not only for Latinos but also for people
of all other ethnic backgrounds.

Yolanda Nava is an Emmy Award-winning television journalist, newspaper columnist, educator, consultant, and
community leader. The daughter of Mexican immigrants, she has balanced family responsibilities with a career and
broad-based community service. She lives in Southern California.

A FIRESIDE BOOK
Published by Simon & Schuster New Yorj
Cover design by Francine Kass
Cover painting (detail) by Felix Venancio, Photograph © David Lavender Author photograph © Schulman Photo Lab
Author photograph Schuman Photo Lab
VISIT US ONLINE AT www.simon

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