Sports & Activities

Finding the Right Fit

Not all sports are built alike. Finding the right activity for your child is key.

The key to being successful and happy is having a cheerleader who unshakably believes that you are good, intelligent, and loving. The most successful ADHD adults have been loved, supported, and valued as kids by a parent, teacher, brother, or even a sports coach. A cheerleader's chief job is to distinguish between the child’s worth and his achievements. 
The key to being successful and happy is having a cheerleader who unshakably believes that you are good, intelligent, and loving. The most successful ADHD adults have been loved, supported, and valued as kids by a parent, teacher, brother, or even a sports coach. A cheerleader's chief job is to distinguish between the child’s worth and his achievements. 

It’s been interesting to watch each of my sons find the best fit for himself, sports-wise.

My older son used to wrestle, but his self-esteem took too much of a blow whenever he lost. Then he took up soccer and loves the game’s constant action. My younger son used to play softball, but his attention would wander when the games ran long. He loves playing basketball, however, and never tires of running up and down the court.

Tammy Richel

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