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Can You Actually Improve Your Child’s Executive Function?

By Susan Bauerfeld

4 Steps You can Take Right Now to Make a Difference 1. “Do your eyes light up when your child…

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WHEN Kids Have Trouble Hearing the Word No: Try This

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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Why Kids with ADHD Pull Their Hair Out – Literally

By Jeremy Didier

Why Kids with ADHD Pull Their Hair Out & Pick Their Skin When parenting complex kids, there have definitely been…

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Motivate Kids

Motivate Kids without Overwhelm or Pushback: Keep it Simple

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

We are constantly trying to get our kids to change their behaviors, and it’s not easy to do. On tough…

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Epic Meltdown

An Epic Meltdown is a Parenting Opportunity

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Well, we had an epic meltdown this week – and oh, what a massive opportunity to fail forward – for…

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Are You In Threat Mode? 6 Tools to Stop the Yelling

By Diane Dempster

Yelling Doesn’t Calm The Chaos Why do we yell, even when we know it’s ineffective? Instead of handling things calmly,…

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Making the Shift Towards Understanding Opposition

By Adrienne Bashista

How many times have you thought these things yourself about your child? He’s doing it to get attention. She’s trying…

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Catch ‘Em Being Good

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

You’ve probably heard that we want to praise our kids five times for every one time we correct or criticize…

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Mindfulness and ADHD: 4 Relaxation Games for Children

By Nicole Tacoma

Yoga is a natural stress-reducer, a kind of meditation in practice. While many adults use yoga for improvement of physical…

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