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Stop Trying to "Fix" Your Teen

"Our teenage daughter, who has been diagnosed with ADHD, finds it hard to manage her life — keeping up with school projects, maintaining friendships, and handling chores. We keep trying to 'fix' her challenges, but an ADD coach said that we should focus on empowering her instead. What does that look like?"

1 Comment: Stop Trying to "Fix" Your Teen

  1. Why does it say “most children” don’t grow out of ADHD. NO ONE GROWS OUT OF IT. This sad to see on ADDITUDE Magazine.

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