Spring 2009: Anxiety Disorder and ADHD
Inside Your Teen's ADHD Mind
“Adolescent boys with ADHD are their own worst enemies because they refuse to ask for help." How to help your son recognize his strengths, take responsibility, and succeed in high school.
My College Buddy System
Like a tough exam, making friends at college when you have ADHD takes work.
Listen Up: 9 Ways to Help ADHD Kids Follow Directions
Students with ADHD sometimes struggle to slow down, listen, and follow instructions -- especially with so many classroom distractions. Here's how teachers can help them better follow directions.
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Parenting ADHD Children
The Dessert Solution
Awaken your child's hunger with six simple dishes that are delicious and nutritious.
Where the Heart Is
Children look to their parents for reassurance that everything’s OK. Here’s how to send the right signals in your home.
Will Our Kids Be OK?
There’s a lot parents can do to ensure that their children succeed. Two moms share the strategies that helped them.
Our Trip to Bountiful
After missing signs of ADD in our daughter, we came to a place where we love and understand her better than ever.
If you get defensive for no reason—or overreact when there is one—try these anger-management tips.
Organize–The PDA Way!
Sixteen creative ways a smartphone or personal data assistant can keep ADHD adults on track and on time.
Digging For a Diagnosis
Why your child's inattentive or hyperactive symptoms may actually be symptoms of anxiety. Or why her worry and trouble sleeping may point to ADHD. And how to ensure an accurate diagnosis.
Ask the Experts
Your ADD Life
How parents can explain ADHD to doubters both in and outside the family.
12 questions every parent should ask a potential summer camp before registering their ADHD child.
Women, Hormones, and ADD
The severity of ADHD symptoms will change during the course of a woman’s cycle. Here’s what you need to know to manage them.
A quick four-step plan to help impulsive ADD adults save money while splurging.