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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The Fine Art of Parenting a Teen With ADHD

Experience and surviving the teen age years can be challenging for both the parents and the teen. Parents can remember their experiences and are so sure that they had it much harder than their teen. I bet you; your goal as parent with a teen with ADHD is to hopefully reduce the impact of the […]

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Strategies for a Successful Summer for Adults with ADHD

There are many different types of strategies for making the summer not only manageable for people with ADHD but to be more productive, organized and happy. I hope the following techniques will help you balance your summer relaxing and efficient. Be Realistic Going on vacations, having laid back work schedule, fun summer activities, you have to be […]

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4 Tips to Improve Productivity For Adults with ADHD

For an adult with ADHD getting a task done can be challenging. They can often face a difficulty remaining productive especially in a distractive driven world such as emails, the internet and TV. To get a grip on and boost your productivity here are some useful strategies you can use. Create Your Schedule The Night […]

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