ADHD Fights: When Parents, Kids Both Have ADHD

Why can't everyone with with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) in the family just get along? Six ways for AD/ADHD families to fight less and communicate better!


Filed Under: Teens and Tweens with ADHD, ADHD Parents, ADHD Communication Skills
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Bond Over Your Shared ADHD Diagnosis

Admit to your daughter that having this condition isn't easy and that ADD/ADHD symptoms take a lot of effort to manage. Tell her about some of the challenges you have faced, and the ways you have succeeded. Use humor to deflect anxiety. Always reinforce your daughter’s strengths.

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