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How To Respond To Your Child with ADHD Negative Self-Talk

When negative self-talk comes from your child’s with ADHD mouth, your automatic reaction is to stop it. To give your child some reassurance or to convince them that their thinking is flawed. Instead of moving in to fix it, try these ideas to address the underlying feeling and their internal struggle. Empathize: Try to empathize with your child's […]

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Self-Care for Moms of A Child With ADHD

As a mom of a child with ADHD, you may be feeling exhausted; you put all your time and energy, and money caring for your child. However, when you start to ignore your own needs, it can trickle down to your child. Here are a few of my favorite tips on how you can take best […]

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How To Create An After School Routine For A Child with ADHD

I can remember when my daughter with ADHD was younger I was so busy concentrating on making sure our mornings ran like clockwork, and forgot the importance of a smooth after school routine. A full day of school took a lot out of her so I came up with 5 ways that they had a […]

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Tips For Running Errands With A Child with ADHD

Running errands with your child with ADHD may seem difficult or overwhelming at times, especially when you are running certain errands that may not interest your children; such as paying bills or having the oil changed on your automobile. However, with the three following strategies you can avoid the madness and get things done and even enjoy the time you spend […]

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