March 24 2011 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Greetings from the Land of Oz!
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Social Networks for Children with ADD
Building a natural social support network for your child who has ADD is time consuming, but it can lead to large rewards. Many people feel that they shouldn’t have to help their child socialize. In most cases this is true. However, a lone child can be a lonely child. Lonely, isolated children are more prone to depression. Natural social networks can help alleviate this problem and help your child develop his natural talents.
A child who has a lot of friends to socialize with is blessed, indeed! What if your child is lonely and isolated? What do you do? Maybe it's time to consider helping them build a natural social network. This article tells how to do this.
Have a blessed week!
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