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A homework organizer can help a child with ADHD be a star at school.
Bullied No More!
The author was dissed and demeaned, as a sixth-grader, by a bully no one could control. Then he and his mom decided to double-team the tough guy into submission.
Playing the Authority Card
Are you being teased? Here, a former bully victim shares how to deal with it on your own, and when it's time to tell someone.
More Carrot Less Stick
Behavior therapy accentuates the positive by giving a child productive habits to use in place of problematic ones.
Your Best Life
An ADHD coach can transform your life—if he has the right approach and you’re serious about making a change.
Hiring a Coach
Important considerations every adult with ADD should make when interviewing prospective coaches.
Summer Reading Roundup
Great books that keep learning alive once school's out, selected by a school librarian and mom to an ADHD child.
Making the Right Moves!
Signing up my nine-year-old Abbey for martial arts classes worked wonders for her self-esteem.
Your ADD Life
Ned Hallowell explains how to move ahead after you've received a diagnosis of ADHD.
Easy summer dinners that will deliver needed nutrition to ADHD kids and take the heat off moms.
Get with the Plan
Has your teen been pleading for a cell phone? Consider the following before letting her go mobile.
Your ADD Coach
A coach and her ADD clients team up to create planners that will also work for you.
Can't Take Him Anywhere
It’s easy to fall into self-pity and isolation when you’re an ADHD parent. A mom shows you how to deal with both.