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Let The Feelings Flow

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Let ‘Em Flow I have a theory that all feelings need their time on the surface. If intense or dangerous…

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Video: Where’s Your Curiosity?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Do you ever get so mad at your kids that you just don’t know what to do? Maybe you lose…

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Taking ADHD/LD from Stress to De-Stress

By Jerome Schultz

Kids with ADHD are constantly bombarded with demands that put them in overdrive. They wonder why school is so hard—so…

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Lie

Are Parents Teaching Their Children to Lie?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

You’re Not Alone We all get frustrated when our kids just flat-out lie to us, right? It happens with all…

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One of those days

One of Those Days

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Yesterday was one of those days. You know those days. Everything is fine, really, but everyone is grumpy, edgy, irritable.…

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5-Keys to Unlock Executive Dysfunction in ADHD Kids

By Sucheta Kamath

Unmotivated, unaware, scattered and disorganized children are often thought to be lazy (and unintelligent). In fact, they typically struggle with…

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Best Kept Secret for Treating ADHD: Vitamin “M”

By Kelly Dorfman

Julia’s son, Colin, was attending a famous military college, and she was worried because he had been struggling with ADHD…

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ADHD Parent

A Huge “aha” for the ADHD Parent: Set Realistic Expectations

By Diane Dempster

When Everything Starts to Make Sense Challenges with Executive Function have many implications for the ADDer in your life. One…

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Stop Your Kvetching

Stop Your Kvetching

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

(Kvetch: verb, Yiddush, to complain, especially chronically.) Some people are conditioned for complaining – they are wired that way. When…

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