January 31 2013 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
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Have you ever stood by feeling helpless and watched a child melt completely down? Screaming, running, throwing things, tearing items up, it is an uncomfortable sight to behold! These "difficult moments" used to be called temper tantrums. Now, they're called meltdowns. What can you do if your child with Attention Deficit Disorder skips right past angry and into a full-blown rage? What actions can you take to either avert the meltdown or help your child regain control more quickly? This article can help
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