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Is life out of control with your ADHD child?

Is the frustration level in your home (and your life) going through the roof? Stress and frustration are very familiar to moms (and dads) of ADHD kids.  Turmoil seems to be a permanent member of the family. Your child doesn’t listen.  And when he does, he forgets. Getting your child to do routine tasks isLearn More
  • 8 Jun, 2017
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD Child, ADHD strategies for kids, Disciplining an ADHD Child, Parenting, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, support for parents of ADD/ADHD children,

How has your ADHD child’s behavior embarrassed you?

I could feel myself getting angrier by the minute. My parents had just come from out of town for a visit, and I was so happy to be going out to dinner with them.  But as we waited for our food, my ADHD son, Chris, was getting more and more agitated. He wouldn’t sit still;Learn More
  • 8 Jun, 2017
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD strategies for kids, Disciplining an ADHD Child, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, support for parents of ADD/ADHD children,

How to stop your child’s tantrums before they start

Are tantrums and meltdowns causing havoc in your home?  Do you wonder what to do when a meltdown hits? By watching and getting to know your child really well, I believe it’s possible to prevent meltdowns before they get out of hand. Here’s what I suggest …   watch your child closely and record theLearn More
  • 17 May, 2017
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, challenging child, Disciplining an ADHD Child, Meltdowns, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, Tantrums,

Do You Talk Too Much?

Do you ever stop to listen to yourself talk to your ADHD child? Probably not . . . at least not very often. One of the most natural things we do as parents is talk. We talk to our child. . . to request they do something to teach them to encourage to scold. toLearn More
  • 22 Aug, 2016
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD strategies for kids, Attention Deficit Disorder, challenging child, Disciplining an ADHD Child,

Catch Them Being Good!

Several years ago, the local school district implemented a program called “Catch Them Being Good.” The idea behind the program was to focus more on students’ good behavior and less on bad behavior. The program relied on the fact that whatever you focus on, you get. Therefore by looking for good behavior and reinforcing theLearn More
  • 25 Feb, 2015
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, Attention Deficit Disorder, Disciplining an ADHD Child, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, support for parents of ADD/ADHD children,

More Smart Discipline Strategies for ADHD Kids

While disciplining a child is a must and can be a challenge, disciplining an ADHD child is often much harder.  They don’t listen … they don’t focus … they don’t remember … they don’t control their impulses.  So what’s a parent to do?Learn More
  • 30 Jan, 2014
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD strategies for kids, Attention Deficit Disorder, discipline, Disciplining an ADHD Child, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child,

Seven Smart Strategies for Disciplining Your ADHD Child

She’s done it again.  You’ve asked your ADHD child to put the toys away so she can get ready for bed.  Now you see the toys are still scattered across the floor and she is off to something else.  You can feel the anger welling up.  You shout (actually you scream) and you can senseLearn More
  • 22 Jan, 2014
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, challenging child, Disciplining an ADHD Child, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child,

Does Your ADD / ADHD Child Follow Instructions?

This past weekend, I attended a large gathering with family members. One of the children has severe ADHD; the other is autistic. I always enjoy those two young ones. They are innocent, joyful and enthusiastic about life for the most part. I spend a lot of my time with them laughing and feeling light-hearted. However,Learn More
  • 9 Oct, 2013
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADD, ADHD, challenging child, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, Raising an ADD Child, Raising an ADHD child,

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