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A Parent’s Best Question: Is It Naughty or Neurological?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Whatever challenge you’re facing with your complex kids, there is one powerful, guiding question to ask YOURSELF that will lead…

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When Your Co Parent is in Denial about Complex Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

  Co parenting gets really complicated with complex kids. What do you do when your co parent is in denial?…

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Bless Her Heart – She Just Doesn’t Understand ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

You know, some people are never going to understand what we’re dealing with here. ADHD is complicated. Even more so…

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What To Do When Kids Push Back With Sass and Disrespect

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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How to Apologize

How to Apologize When You’ve Hurt Your Child’s Feelings

By Diane Dempster

Hurt Feelings Sometimes, even when we try to be conscious parents, we inadvertently hurt our kids’ feelings. We don’t do…

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Six Things to STOP Saying to your (ADHD) Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

One of the most common questions I hear from parents – in coaching sessions, on training calls – is “how do I say that so that my child will respond?”

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How to Talk to Kids about ADHD and Other Complex Issues

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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Sibling Challenges with Complex Kids: How to Handle Complaints Like “It’s Not Fair”

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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Your Powerful Role in Parenting Difficult Kids

Interview with Jane Massengill

Every parent knows that children surprise us from the very beginning. We have pre-conceived notions of what raising a child…

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