Nine Nurturing Tips for Parenting ADHD Kids

Nine ways parents can create an encouraging environment to help their ADHD children grow into well-adjusted ADD adults.

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7. MAKE SURE YOUR HOME IS QUIET AND ORDERLY.

...and that everyone respects each other.

Not.

A graveyard is quiet and orderly and respectful, and nobody wants to live there. As parents of ADHD children, we’re sometimes so concerned with managing their symptoms that we forget to just live with our kids. Goof off with them. Tell silly jokes and get into belching contests.

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