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Jennifer Gay Summers, a teacher for 13 years and mom to a daughter with ADHD, is dedicated to helping other parents and teachers of ADHD children survive the rough moments and savor the wonderful ones.
posted: Tuesday July 19th - 11:13am
“It’s Your Fault, Mom!”
These days my daughter is blaming everything that goes wrong in her life on me, her friends, anybody but her. Now I understand why.
posted: Thursday June 30th - 9:30am
My Daughter Fixes Her Own Problems Now. So Where Does That Leave Me?
When Lee showed signs of growing up, my heart burst with pride and broke with feeling unneeded.
posted: Friday May 20th - 11:55am
Sensory Processing Disorder in Kids Is Not the Parents’ Fault
Too many adults don’t understand ADHD, and even fewer know anything about SPD and sensory meltdowns.
posted: Monday April 25th - 9:30am
My Daughter’s Mental Health Is More Important Than My Dreams for Her Future
I’ve learned to let Lee take the lead on whether college is right for her.
posted: Monday March 21st - 2:55pm
I Nagged! She Yelled! It Wasn’t Pretty!
There are lessons to be learned from losing your patience with a daughter who wants to call her own shots.
posted: Tuesday March 1st - 9:30am
Shame on All the Grownups, Teachers, and Kids Who Make Me Feel Ashamed
After Lee’s history teacher announced that he had ADHD, my daughter felt a lot better about herself.
posted: Tuesday January 26th - 12:39pm
My Teen Daughter Accepts Her ADHD Challenges without Shame
Lee now accepts her executive function challenges and feels comfortable enough to reach out for help.
posted: Tuesday November 17th - 10:56am
When School Gave My Daughter Anxiety Attacks
My child’s teacher thought she was making an excuse about not getting all her work done, so I cleared up his mistaken notion quickly.
posted: Friday October 2nd - 10:23am
My Daughter’s Anxiety: Something a Mom Can’t Fix
We are working through my daughter’s newfound anxiousness not with meds but by tackling one worry at a time.
posted: Wednesday September 9th - 10:30am« Mom Is the Word
The Amazing Race: My Daughter Doesn’t Have an Off Switch
I’ve learned to go with the flow when it comes to Lee’s high-energy pace.
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