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Category Archives: ADHD and Parenting
*For the purposes of this article, the term ADD refers to both ADD and ADHD. The Reluctant Dad This Father’s Day I want to call attention to those fathers for whom parenting their ADD* children did not come naturally. Dads … Continue reading
Updated June 13, 2012 Be a Dad Deserving of Celebration Father’s Day is a day to celebrate our Dads. Traditionally, the day is set aside for father and children to spend some time together. Gifts and cards are given, and … Continue reading
Moms: Re-evaluate Your Priorities: With so many demands on the mothers of ADHD children, it is easy to lose oneself in the midst of caring for your children. The most important thing a mother can do for her children is … Continue reading
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
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