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Disciplining with Rewards and Punishments, by Craig B. Wiener, Ed.D.

Most ADHD therapies recommend that you change your child’s behavior by imposing a strict system of controls. The thought is that only this kind of stringent parenting will keep your child from the chaos that ADHD generates. No doubt, disciplining […]

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Product Review: Night Time Relief with the Good Night, Sleep Tight chart.

Sleep troubles are no stranger to our home. So, when Penny asked me if I wanted to review the Good Night, Sleep Tight chart from www.VictoriaChartCompany.com I said More...

Dream big or go home.

Lots of you that read {a mom's view of ADHD} have young children. Not me. I've already survived the confusing "early" years and the horrendously hard "middle school" More...

Self-awareness in a child with ADHD is a relief and so helpful

I have been hearing about self-awareness and self-regulation and how important it is for ADHD management for some time now. Our therapist has been wanting to implement self-regulation More...

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