How to Demobilize a Bully in 5 Steps
Many neurodivergent kids experience bullying, teasing, or taunting from peers because of their impulsivity, clumsiness, or awkward social skills. In fact, the same impulsivity and social challenges that put kids with ADHD at risk for bullying may also lead them to take out their frustrations on others. In this article, Sharon Saline, Psy.D., explains how to recognize teasing, taunting, and bullying, plus how to deal with a bully and become an upstander for others being targeted.
Bullying and ADHD: Additional Resources
The Transformative Power of an ADHD Diagnosis for Older Women
Receiving an ADHD diagnosis later in life often unlocks a range of emotions — from regret and sadness, to relief and hopefulness. It allows for the possibility of treatment, self-understanding, and acceptance, and can usher in new challenges as well. In this article, Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., describes what she’s learned from interviewing dozens of women who received an ADHD diagnosis after the age of 60, and offers advice on how to deal with the five most common post-diagnosis challenges.
Over 60 with ADHD: Additional Resources