In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn how mindfulness can reduce stress, simple strategies for incorporating mindful awareness into daily life, how to achieve healthy sleep habits, and more with Mark Bertin, M.D.
I am a freshman in college, and I shared one of my ADHD stimulants with a close friend, who begged me for it. I knew it wasn’t the right thing to do, but our friendship trumped that concern. The problem is, he told others that I let him have one of my pills, and now they are bugging me for them. Should I talk to my school counselor and come clean to avoid getting into trouble?
Parents should answer two questions to figure out if they are helping or enabling their child with ADHD.
Hello. My 13 year old was diagnosed bipolar about 1 year ago. We knew something was wrong before that and numerous therapists told us to just take everything away from him and make him earn it back. We had him tested and it showed anti social features. He has been seeing a Psychiatrist and has […]
In this webinar, Randy Kulman, Ph.D., explains how parents harness the power of your child’s technology to encourage physical, social, & creative play.
On Tuesday, June 6, at 1 pm ET, join us for a free expert webinar with Randy Kulman, Ph.D.
Hi there im sarah my son mitchel is 12 years old hes on the matoride XL.36mg he has been on treatment for a year and a half naw he was missdiagnosed for years i noticed he had adhd when he was 3 he was a nightmare really they say terrible twos he was a handfull […]
The sad fact is that a fair number of teens and young adults wind up in jail. Thankfully, my son found a get-out-of-jail card before it was too late.
This entrepreneur says that, thanks to his ADHD, “I’m in my happy place when I’m facing a lot of problems.” Can you relate?
My daughters 13 she’s in eighth grade and she was recently diagnosed with severe ADHD and ODD. She struggled with school since kindergarten she has been tested numerous times and our school system always said that there was no problem (except she just didn’t want to do her work, or she was being lazy) until […]