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Archives: August 2008
posted: Thursday August 28th - 12:42pm
The Burn of ADHD Impulsiveness
We do the best we can to protect our ADHD children, but sometimes they endanger themselves right in front of our eyes and we can't react fast enough.
posted: Wednesday August 27th - 12:09pm
School Picture Day
Getting ready for school picture day added some stress to our already ADHD-troubled night time routine.
posted: Tuesday August 26th - 11:30am
You’re The Parent of an ADHD Child When . . .
Sharing ADHD stories with friends is a great outlet for venting my parenting frustrations.
posted: Monday August 25th - 9:14am
That Little ADHD Rascal
Sometimes my ADHD daughter likes to turn up the drama just for my benefit--she almost got away with it.
posted: Friday August 22nd - 12:56pm
Back to School Jitters
I have mixed feelings about the start of school. I welcome the peace and quiet, but dread my ADHD daughter's adjustment period.
posted: Tuesday August 19th - 4:16pm
On the ADHD Brink
Endless ADHD generated chaos doesn’t do it for me. I'm teetering dangerously close to the brink of losing it and I need a weekend alone to get it together.
posted: Wednesday August 13th - 9:37am
Fun With ADHD Transition Time
Expecting a hungry kid with ADHD to transition from daycare to car ride, right before medicine time, is just plain stupid.
posted: Monday August 11th - 1:29pm
Operation Mean Man Patrol
Not everyone understands my sweet, charming, perfectly acceptable though not-quite-typical ADHD kid.
posted: Friday August 8th - 8:23am
My ADHD Support Network Grows
This morning, I met another ADDitude subscriber and mom to an ADHD kid - one of Ames' very best teachers! Turns out she's one of us.
posted: Wednesday August 6th - 10:43am
This Bites! Painful ADHD Overstimulation
Summer-event crowds, noise, smells, and heat are a killer combination for Natalie, who has major problems with sensory issues.
posted: Tuesday August 5th - 1:27pm
Scouting for ADHD Milestones
Natalie, we thought, was maturing to the point that we could leave her unsupervised in the house for a few minutes. We thought wrong.
posted: Monday August 4th - 8:58am« ADHD Parenting Blog's blog
Super Natalie vs. the Bendy Glasses
One week down... and Natalie's new memory-metal glasses are neither broken nor lost. It's a miracle!
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