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Parenting an ADHD Child . . . It’s that time of year … stressed out Holidays

Christmas is just around the corner, and I don’t know about you, but I’m beginning to anticipate some stress with a long ‘To Do” list and what looks like not much time to get it all done. With an ADHD child, the stress can multiply fast because these kids require so much extra attention andLearn More
  • 30 Nov, 2016
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD strategies for kids, Holiday stress, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, support for parents of ADD/ADHD children,

Christmas Shopping – Is Your List Ready?

Recently, our ADHD son, Chris, and I were working on the Christmas list for our grandson who is 5.  I thought it was interesting to hear Chris talk about how important he believes it is to read to  young children.  Needless to say, we added books to the list. Now, keep in mind – thisLearn More
  • 19 Nov, 2014
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD strategies for kids, Attention Deficit Disorder, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child,

Speak Love to Your ADHD Child

Is your ADHD child busy getting valentines ready to hand out at school later this week?  It’s a fun tradition, but it can cause anxiety for our child who often has a hard time meeting and keeping friends. Hopefully, the teacher has given “strict orders” for everyone to have a valentine for all students inLearn More
  • 12 Feb, 2014
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD, ADHD children, Attention Deficit Disorder, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child, Self Image, Valentine's Day, valentines,

Your ADHD Child and You… Ready For The Holidays?

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with a woman who has taught special classes designed for ADHD children for over 20 years.  When she learned that I raised an ADHD son with learning disabilities, she gave me a hug and said she couldn’t imagine how difficult that challenge has been.  Her comment was, “At leastLearn More
  • 9 Dec, 2013
  • Lydia Herrera
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  • ADHD and holidays, ADHD child and the holidays, Attention Deficit Disorder, HOPE, Parenting an ADD or ADHD Child,

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