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Penny Williams is an organized planner trying to make sense of life with her son, Ricochet, whose ADHD and learning disabilities create perpetual chaos. Her son’s needs are a moving target, leading her to create new roadmaps at a moment’s notice. To find more from Penny, visit her personal blog and read her books, Boy Without Instructions and What to Expect When You're Not Expecting ADHD.
posted: Tuesday June 9th - 9:15am
Christmas in June: Finding a New School for My Son
The teachers and administrators never got my son and his challenges, and they refused to understand. So see ya!
posted: Wednesday April 29th - 9:00am
Groundhog Day 2: The ADHD Version
How to reclaim the joy of parenting an ADHD child when despair nudges it aside—again.
posted: Monday March 30th - 9:00am
The Truth Will Set Parents Free
Our expectations need to be guided by our child’s development, not his calendar age.
posted: Friday March 27th - 11:59am
Remaining Calm in the Face of Chaos
The stress of parenting a child with ADHD is heavy enough without the added discord of constant yelling.
posted: Tuesday March 10th - 9:00am
Mother of All Meltdowns: “My Son Tried to Hurt Himself”
Sometimes a mom of a special needs child can offer only a safe haven and wait out her child’s emotional storms.
posted: Friday February 6th - 3:54pm
“OMG, I Just Found Out My Son Has ADHD”
An ADHD diagnosis can make a parent sad, angry, and demoralized. Go with those feelings.
posted: Tuesday February 3rd - 9:00am
My Son Gets the Brush-Off from His Peers
It breaks my heart when Ricochet is shunned by would-be friends. Even worse, he doesn’t see rejection coming.
posted: Wednesday January 7th - 11:38am
“I Need Your Help, Mom”
I’ve been waiting six years to hear these words from my ADHD son, and I couldn’t be happier.
posted: Saturday December 20th - 9:22pm
Wake Up and Smell the Calmness
I created a game with rewards for my ADHD son, and guess what? We no longer go crazy in the morning.
posted: Monday November 10th - 3:06pm« Boy Without Instructions
Stop Telling Your Child to Act His Age
Boost your child’s self-esteem by measuring your child’s behaviors by his “ADHD age,” not by his real age.
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