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Finding Hope for Kids with ADD
When you find out that your child has Attention Deficit Disorder, for many people there will be a grieving stage. Then, find the hope. Look at the troublesome traits of ADD and figure out ways to use them in a positive manner. There is hope for kids who are growing into adulthood with ADD.
Play Time Helps Kids with ADD to Focus
When children with Attention Deficit Disorder are given a reason to move their bodies, good things can happen. Creativity may be increased. They are less bored. Increasing oxygen to the brain enhances their mindís ability to focus. Whatís the best part of this treatment? Itís childís play!
Reduce Anxiety from Attention Deficit Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder often comes accompanied by a heavy dose of anxiety. Would you like to reduce your anxiety without taking drugs that have unpleasant side-effects? Find out how mindfulness meditation can help tame those feelings of dread and doom brought on by anxiety!
Parenting with Attention Deficit Disorder
When one or both parents have Attention Deficit Disorder, it's a pretty good bet that at least a few of their kids do, too. Parents can help their children who have ADD by sharing their well-developed understanding and expertise about living with Attention Deficit Disorder.
Building School Success in a New Year
How do you help a child with Attention Deficit Disorder enjoy more school triumphs and fewer letdowns? Download my book, Building School Success with ADD free during January of 2014! As an experienced teacher who has lived with ADD all of my life, I know what works in a classroom.
Starting a New Year with ADD
There's something alluring about a new year. It stretches before us, shiny and fresh, filled with possibilities. With Attention Deficit Disorder, you must do some planning and take the time to put strategies in place, or the New Year will give you the same types of experiences that the old one did.
2013 Research Published on ADD
The year 2013 has been a good one for Attention Deficit Disorder research. Here are snapshots of a few studies about Attention Deficit Disorder that I found fascinating. I have included the citation for the original ScienceDaily story in the resources section at the end of the article.
Holiday Visits and Kids with ADD
When kids with Attention Deficit Disorder are around people who barely know them, the results can be volatile. A holiday season brings opportunities for visits with people that we care for. What can you do to improve the outcomes of these visits? Here are suggestions to make everybody's day better!
Attention Deficit Disorder and Responsibility
Attention Deficit Disorder can add layers of complexity to our lives. People experience the negative symptoms of ADD in various ways. Some may have problems with inattention. Lack of focus can cause glitches in all areas of their lives. See how you can commit to responsibilities when you lack focus.
15 Ways to Calm the Chaos of ADD
There are times when we are scrambling so fast, running so hard, and everything around us feels like a hot mess! We are overwhelmed by life and circumstances. The negative symptoms can start small, but soon they pile up. Everything feels chaotic. Here are 15 good ways to help calm the chaos.
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