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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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How to Handle Impulsive Interruptions

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Does Your Kid Interrupt You? As we all know all too well, impulsive interruptions are a big challenge with our…

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Help My Child Concentrate

How to Help Your Child Concentrate

By Diane Dempster

Tradition Calls for… Do you want to help your child concentrate? Most of us want to figure out how to…

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house rules

House Rules Rule!

By Diane Dempster

Open Your Toolbox We’ve said it before – house rules are a powerful tool in the ADD/ADHD home (actually any…

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What to Say to your Child or Teen about Diagnosis for ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

A member of our ADHD Parenting Community on Facebook (this is a private group open to the public) posted this…

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preventing risky behavior

Preventing Risky Behaviors in Kids with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

  Know the Facts Want some help to prevent (or, at least, minimize) risky behavior in your kids with ADHD?…

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Stop Interupting

3 Levels of Listening

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Listening is an art. We hear people talk all day long, but actively listening to what they are saying –…

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Re-Set Yourself

Re-Set Yourself

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Sometimes we all find ourselves having a rough day. Nothing terrible, mind you – you oversleep, the dog throws up…

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Compassion

Compassion is a Cornerstone of ADHD Management

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Compassion is the expression of sympathetic concern for another’s difficulties. On the surface, it seems too simple to be a…

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