Monthly Archives: May 2011

Unsung Heroes: Mothers of ADHD Children: Part Three

Mothers of ADHD Children Lack Sufficient Support Support for moms of ADDers, in their frustrating battles against the world, as they advocate for their children, is sparse. What support is available, is often very expensive, preventing many moms from getting … Continue reading

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Unsung Heroes: Mothers of ADHD Children: Part Two

Mothers of ADHD Children Have More Than Their Share of: Stress Worries Put Downs Judgments Embarrassment Household Tasks                               Disgusted  looks from strangers                                                    Doctor/Professional Appointment    … Continue reading

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Unsung Heroes: Mothers of ADHD Children: Part One

Mothering an ADHD Child            There are many wonderful experiences in mothering the child with ADHD. (see here for the many positives of ADHD). Raising these children challenges us to think outside the box, stretch ourselves … Continue reading

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What to Consider When Choosing Your ADHD Doctor

TOO LONG TO READ? Click HERE for the ADHD Friendly Version of this article! Find the Best ADHD Doctor, For You, or Your Child ADHD is a lifelong, neurological, physiological condition, deserving of the same medical attention as any other … Continue reading

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