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Preparing Complex Teens to Leave the Nest

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

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Choose Your Thoughts, Change Your… Kids’ Video Usage?!

By Alan Brown

You want to reign in your kids’ use/abuse of video games and gadgets, right? Does the old saying, “Do as I say, not as I do,” ring any bells? Does this mean that you should keep off screens, yourself, to model “good” behavior? Not exactly. Sure, in the everyday struggles of parenting a child with complex issues like ADHD, Anxiety and more, it’s imperative that you set the example.

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Mornings and Teens

Mornings and Teens with ADHD – Can They End in "I Love You"?

By Diane Dempster

I just dropped off my Senior at high school. I’ve done it every day for years; but lately, it feels…

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John Wilson

10 Easy Steps to a Tension-Less Home

By John Willson

Would you like your kids to be more responsible and make better choices? Would you like them to be less…

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toilet paper test

Take the Toilet Paper Test

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Do you prefer that the toilet paper roll be pulled from the bottom or the top? The answer to that…

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Communicate Better

3 Step Method to ACE Communication with Complex Kids & Teens

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Am I Doing the Right Thing? One of the most common concerns raised by parents in Sanity Sessions with me…

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Say Yes

Say YES More Often: Let Them Eat Cake!

By Diane Dempster

ADHD parents have opportunities to say “no” to their kids, a lot!  Typically it’s not fun for anyone when we…

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How to Handle Your Child's Disappointment

By Diane Dempster

If you think about it, disappointment is just another transition for our kids to navigate. Unconsciously, they set expectations for…

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teach us about communication

When you Assume… Don Knotts' Communication Lesson

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

I remember Don Knotts drawing on a courtroom chalkboard during an episode of Mayberry RFD: Ass|U|Me. “When you assume,” he…

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