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Archives: September 2008
posted: Thursday September 25th - 11:16am
Inspiration from Two Remarkable Parents...
posted: Wednesday September 24th - 8:16am
We've decided to try therapeutic listening to help my ADD/ADHD daughter, Natalie, with her sleep issues.
posted: Tuesday September 23rd - 8:20am
Natalie's Supercharged ADHD Brain
Stepping inside my child's revved-up, high-speed, never-resting ADHD brain can be an exhausting and clarifying experience.
posted: Monday September 22nd - 7:48am
Off The ADHD Hook-Again!
It’s not as satisfying to get an ADHD respite if my husband is off the hook too. I feel guilty and, at the same, time want him to suffer!
posted: Friday September 19th - 11:31am
Decide What Really Matters
Here is a tip for tired moms of kids with special needs.
posted: Wednesday September 17th - 10:50am
A Gripping ADHD Tip
I guess I’m in a tip-giving mood, because here’s another ADHD parenting tip!
posted: Monday September 15th - 2:34pm
The ADHD Paper Chain
I've discovered a very useful creative tool for helping ADHD children better understand the passage of time and manage their anticipation.
posted: Wednesday September 10th - 1:39pm
A Major ADHD Meltdown
I’m not as bad at parenting as all the witnesses to Natalie's ADHD meltdowns must think.
posted: Tuesday September 9th - 1:19pm
The Icing on the Cake
Balancing the needs of my non-ADHD son with my ADHD daughter's demands is heartbreakingly difficult.
posted: Friday September 5th - 2:18pm
What is Normal Anyway?
Are we a “normal” family, or aren’t we?
posted: Thursday September 4th - 2:51pm
ADHD Age-Appropriate Behavior
I’ll take age-appropriateness in my ADHD kid—and celebrate it—whenever I can get it.
posted: Wednesday September 3rd - 1:06pm« ADHD Parenting Blog's blog
No ADHD Respite for Me
My plans for a long weekend alone have been dashed--time to flip the switch back to "on".
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