All posts in caregiver stress

a mom’s unfinished story {that needs a happy ending}

Several parents who write for this site also contributed to the book Easy to Love but Hard to Raise, whether in the form of personal essays (Penny Williams, Adrienne Bashista, Frank South, and Pamela Hutchins) or insightful quotes (Kelly Miller and Tammy […]

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{a mom’s view of} heartache: the day my child with {adhd} refused to go to school

One day last week I received a series of texts from my daughter Natalie’s special education teacher. Nat wasn’t feeling well. She didn’t have a fever, but she More...

Finding Videos, Finding Hope

My 12 year old son was in a play Friday night (this incredible feat alone is a post for another day). To be helpful, my husband and I More...

It’s All Up To Me!

Having adopted my little man as a single mom, it’s hard to figure out what to say about single parenting of a child with ADHD.  It’s all I’ve More...

Meet Eve, Part 5: Blame & Shame

Welcome to part 5 of this series of posts about Eve, short for Everyparent of an “Easy to Love but Hard to Raise” Child. Eve is an archetype More...

HELLO! MY NAME IS: Eve, Part 2: Infanthood

In my first post in this series, I promised to introduce you to Eve. I’ll do so, but first, a little background:A few months back, a marketing company More...

The ADHD Train Wreck

Good afternoon, and welcome to “ADHD Theater.” Today we will watch a familiar scene entitled, “The ADHD Train Wreck.” Moms of ADHD children everywhere have lived out this More...

Caregiver Stress and Parenting your ADHD child

This is a repost of an entry previously posted on the Easy to Love but Hard to Raise blog, which focuses on the difficulty of parenting children with More...

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