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ADHD in a Divorced Family: The Clark Chronicles

When I married Clark’s father, I didn’t know two things:  1.  He had ADHD 2.  Our marriage would end after 12 years I’m not sure what impact foreknowledge of either fact would have exerted on my choices in 1992, the […]

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ADHD: The Sibling Effect

I know it's not just my family. Can I get a show of hands if you: Avoid crowded public places (the mall, local festivals, stores during holiday season) because More...

my first D… speechless.

I was an A/B student growing up. {I'm not bragging but you need to know where I'm coming from before you read what I'm about to tell you.} More...

{sigh}

We started school this last week. Early, I know, don't get me started. They require more "educational days" in this state than any other I've lived in. our last More...

my big dilema

I am facing a real dilema with my children and their education. Many of you are aware that we live on a mountain with bears, I've used it More...

special time for siblings

Emma is now seeing Luke's counselor for anxiety and coping with being a sibling of ADHD. {If you missed the story, read it here: another diagnosis.} In More...

Cookies in the A.M

I've been with Luke lots of mornings , the worst happen to be after he ate cookies or any sugar ONLY AT EARLY EARLY EARLY HOURS (before school More...

are siblings of ADHD the real tragedy?

Luke's big sister, Emma, has been having a really hard time with Luke's ADHD. While I think she is concerned for him and his well being, she doesn't More...

another diagnosis

My tween daughter, Luke's older sister, Emma, has really been struggling with school this year. Her grades are slipping, she has had a difficult time socially, and her More...

ADHD chaos can be very costly

Our morning today started typical. Luke was up before anyone else playing Lego Star Wars on the Wii and stuffing his dad's Oreos in his mouth as fast More...

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