Parenting ADHD Children - Behavior & Discipline

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Many ADHD children -- and their parents -- struggle with ADD/ADHD symptoms such as hyperactivity, behavior issues, disorganization, anger, and poor social skills. These will help your family regain control over these and other symptoms of attention deficit.
Aggressive ADHD children can learn to control their impulses and stop hitting others.
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