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Let Go, Control Freak Parent!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

The first step for any control freak parent is to recognize that you need to let go. It’s hard to…

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4 Clues that Family Members are Stressed (& 3 Tips to Help)

By Diane Dempster

Nobody’s Perfect Even the most balanced and grounded parents have “off” days. Life and work stressors can create imbalance, turbulence,…

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Kids to Get Things Done in the Summer

How To Get Complex Kids to Get Things Done in the Summer

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Take Advantage of Summer Summer is the BEST time of all to help kids with executive function challenges learn how…

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Six Brain-Based Tips to Help Your Child Get Things Done

By Marydee Sklar

Do you constantly nag your child to do homework and chores? If so, you’ve been working really hard as the…

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Parent Self Care: Aristotle Says Go Out and Play

By Matthew Weneta

Note this Wisdom of the Ages: as a parent, you have a right  — actually, a responsibility — to make…

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trouble getting started

4 Reasons Anxious Kids Have Trouble “Getting Started”

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

No Magic Tricks Here Like so many challenges our kids face, I cannot wave a magic wand and change my…

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There are Only 5 Motivators for People with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Important Note: This is a quick tip summary of a more detailed article explaining the function of Motivation and its…

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3 Tips to Increase Peace in Your Home

By Sabrina Marasovich

I have something really embarrassing to share: I tried countless times over the course of about 15 years to change…

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don't nag

Why Nagging Doesn’t Work – ESPECIALLY for ADD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Nagging Tends to Backfire It is a common misconception in the world of ADHD that nagging is the “ONLY WAY”…

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