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Amanda Driscoll is a dedicated runner who’s busy chasing after her ADHD kids. She writes about her triumphs, hardships, and the lessons she’s learned along the way—diagnoses, IEP meetings, organization challenges, medication changes, and more.

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posted: Monday April 9th - 11:20am

Math is a Four-Letter Word

Overcoming her fear of math has been tough for my adolescent daughter. But with plenty of support — and a lot of parental patience — she's finally moving past meltdowns.

One of the worst four-letter words in my house is spelled M-A-T-H. For a few years, this word has sparked panic attacks and meltdowns in my middle child, Quinn. Because she so detested the subject, attempting to do homework, study, or tutor her here at home caused many a dinner-table battle. Things like addition facts and money value took forever for her to memorize...
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