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Its All Good, Its All Love: Tales of an undiagnosed ADHD kid turned MTV personality turned Licensed Clinical Social Worker Joe Patane

Its All Good, Its All Love: Tales of an undiagnosed ADHD kid turned MTV personality turned Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Joe Patane

Published April 10th 2013
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Kindle Edition
124 pages
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 About the Book 

“Let me introduce you to one of my most interesting friends . . .”– Drew Carey, TV personality and comedian“Anything Joe would have done is what I would call good. . . .He cares sincerely about the lives of young people.”– Steve Wozniak, cofounderMore“Let me introduce you to one of my most interesting friends . . .”– Drew Carey, TV personality and comedian“Anything Joe would have done is what I would call good. . . .He cares sincerely about the lives of young people.”– Steve Wozniak, cofounder Apple Computer, Inc.,inventor of the personal computerKids are starving for attention and willing to do almost anything that is deemed “cool” by an idolized person. Joe’s brush with celebrity as a cast member on MTV’s The Real World,’ elevated him into these ranks, as he outlined in his first book, ‘Livin’ in Joe’s World’ (HarperCollins, 1998).Joe wrote the book to let young people know there is more to life than the superficial world of TV shows and celebrity, but his depiction on the show made that a bit more challenging back then.He was still determined to use whatever fame status he had to do some good, but he had to move forward from MTV and move forward from his fast-paced drive to build his NYC computer business, and a counselor helped wake him up.He left the business world. His computer-consulting company assets and profits from his first book were transferred to a nonprofit organization for kids, and he decided to go back to school to become a social worker. Many thought hed had a mental breakdown, but it was the best decision of his life. Dream Camp Foundation was born!All author proceeds support Dream Camp Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit for high-level need youth.