Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that affects 5.4 million children between the ages of four to seventeen, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Although this disorder was first documented in 1845, "rates of ADHD diagnosis increased...an av
A friend recently asked me what I feed my boys, both of whom have ADHD, for breakfast. She knows that her son, who was recently diagnosed, needs a high protein breakfast to jump start his brain. The problem is that his meds upset his tummy and he can be a finicky eater anyway. It also helps to make …
Because these kids spend much of their time seemingly in disobedience, it’s imperative parents develop a system for determining the difference between matters of the heart that require immediate disciplinary action and those that are the coping mechanism of a child with ADHD. One of the most difficult areas in which to judge this is lying.
If only I had known years ago! I did read in a book that parents either always allow arguing or never allow disagreement which is bad too. Need to find middle ground. I know I've gone to far in allowing the arguing. Which means she'll be just like me! :( God help her! Learn How to Stop Your Child from Arguing with You - Empowering Parents