I made a lot of mistakes parenting my adhd child. I did what I knew – doling out lots of consequences for bad behavior. And it just didn’t work – ever. I have told this story so many times about how I learned to parent my adhd kiddo without consequences.
Getting an ADHD diagnosis for your child may leave you wondering how you can help them. It’s daunting, but by choosing one or two of these 11 tips, you can learn how to quell any child’s symptoms.
There are many foods to avoid for adhd kids. Sugary foods have many toxic ingredients -sweeteners and dyes that are anything but natural can be incredibly harmful for kids with adhd. Artificial preservatives can make ADHD symptoms worse and should also be avoided as much as possible.
I love finding cookbooks that have recipes to fit our ADHD Diet – high protein, gluten-free, dairy free and…
Make your life easier with this big list of healthy snacks for ADHD kids. Having kids with ADHD also means that you need some great snacks to fuel their brains and keep them focused. This list, filled with high protein snacks for ADHD, serves our family with two ADHD kids really well!
As an ADHD Parent, sometimes you come across a resource that really makes a difference. These resources for home and school are those amazing resources for me, the parent of two boys with ADHD.
How can you help your explosive teen? This mom of two teens dishes some great advice. Looking at our own behavior can be a great way to help explosive teens be, well, less explosive! As parents of explosive kids we can learn how our own behavior can contribute to our kids’ explosions. See some great examples, too!
These are my favorite books for parenting my two adhd boys. From quick solutions to long term plans, these ADHD Parenting books have helped me the most on my parenting journey.
We have lots of natural remedies that work to treat the symptoms of my teens’ ADHD, but these may seem a bit strange. Take a look at what we do that makes a big difference.
Do you have a reluctant adhd boy reader? I did! But, over the years, by appealing to their interests, I have raised two voracious ADHD readers. See which of these books may turn your struggling, reluctant readers into a lover of books.