“My Child’s Neurodivergence Is Not a Choice. My Empathy Is.”
“If we can approach ADHD from a place of empathy and understanding, then we’ll see that the behaviors we find so frustrating are usually our child’s way of asking for help. And we’ll stop taking their behavior so personally and stop reacting to it in anger.”
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1 Comment: “My Child’s Neurodivergence Is Not a Choice. My Empathy Is.”
So… you’re admitting to emotionally abusing your child? My parents never do this to me, my parents don’t lash out at me when I have problems like this. This is not normal, you most likely just hate your oldest child. Yes, she does need empathy, but you need to understand that after all this time of hurting her it is going to take a long time for her to recover.