The Parent’s Guide to ADHD Discipline
A better-behavior plan that works for the most oppositional, defiant children. This downloadable eBook covers:
– What is oppositional defiant disorder?
– Why traditional discipline & nagging don’t work
– Behavior systems built specifically for defiant kids
– Shut down lying, hitting, and other problem behaviors
– Improve your family’s quality of life
PLEASE NOTE: This eBook is a downloadable PDF, MOBI file for Kindle, and ePub file for iBook; it does not ship.
Full Product Description
Nothing works. You take away electronics or special activities, and he couldn’t care less. You try rewards, points, praise, consequences — nothing turns around his behavior. He shows no remorse, and you feel like a failed parent. Sound familiar? This eBook helps parents of children with ADHD and ODD to:
– Identify the root causes of misbehavior
– Understand why traditional discipline & nagging don’t work
– Devise behavior systems specially built for defiant kids
– Shut down lying, hitting, and other oppositional behavior
The Parent’s Guide to Effective ADHD Discipline contains 25 pages of well-researched expert tips and solutions to real parents’ behavior and discipline problems. It is a game changer.
WHAT YOU’LL GET INSIDE THIS SPECIAL REPORT
“A Parent’s Guide to Effective ADHD Discipline” contains 25 pages of solutions to common behavioral challenges:
MELTDOWNS IN RESPONSE TO DISCIPLINE
How to avoid the draining temper tantrums and outbursts that follow our reminders, discipline and consequences for bad behavior.
CONSEQUENCES ARE INEFFECTIVE
Punishment is not always a productive way to change behavior. Use this behavior-therapy system to get him following the rules.
LYING AND DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR
Why kids with ADHD so often lie, and how to react in a way that stems lying without punishing ADHD symptoms beyond her control.
How to use reflective listening to understand and parent easily frustrated, physically aggressive kids with ADHD and/or ODD.
PUBLIC TANTRUMS KEEP YOU HOME
Don’t let your child’s embarrassing behaviors hold you hostage. Use these techniques to quickly, effectively diffuse public metltdowns.
CREATING CONFLICT IS FUN
Don’t allow yourself to get drawn into arguments by a child who thrives on conflict and upheaval in the house.
Did you know? 40 percent of children with ADHD also develop oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) — a condition that is defined by chronic aggression, frequent outbursts, and a tendency to argue, ignore requests, and purposely irritate others.
The solutions in this ebook are specifically designed for these defiant ADHD kids.
Learn Effective Discipline Strategies for Kids with ADHD & ODD
Table of Contents
Chapter One: What Is Oppositional Defiant Disorder?
Chapter Two: Solutions to Common Discipline Problems
Chapter Three: Treatment for Oppositional and Defiant Behavior
Chapter Four: 10 Rules for Parents of Defiant Kids
Chapter Five: Recommended Resources