All posts tagged adhd

Just Say Cheese

Last summer I went on a book tour: 60-cities-in-60-days. Each of my young adult offspring was with me for two weeks at a time. They took turns being my driver, assistant, and keeper, as in keeper of my sanity. Well, […]

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Hell freezes over.

Tick by tick, our ADHD/Aspie teenage-son "Clark Kent" checked off the hurdles between him and high school graduation/Texas A&M in the last two weeks of school. We breathed More...

We’re down to the wire.

For those of you that are keeping track of my ADHD/Aspie son Clark Kent's rocky path toward high school graduation this year, I wanted to let you know More...

Must Love Dogs

The following is adapated and reprinted from The Clark Kent Chronicles, with permission from SkipJack Publishing: I wish I could say my son loved and related to animals, but I More...

Rebel, with or without a cause: natural health & wellness treatment alternatives

Oh what a difference a month makes! When I posted on our foray into natural health and wellness alternatives for our teenage son – an ADHD/Asperger’s young man affectionately More...

The Nicest Person in Our Family

Our ADHD/Asperger's teenager is the nicest person in our family. We call him Clark Kent the WonderKid, because in his heart he believes he's Superman.  Remember what a More...

Tourette’s and ADHD

My son has a best friend. She is the sweetest, kindest, most amazing seven year old I have ever met. She is smart, she is generous, she is More...

Tips for Teachers From a Child with ADHD’s Perspective

I recently received my K-6 teaching license, and I have been observing in classrooms and applying for teaching jobs. I've been thinking a lot about the kind of More...

a mom’s book review {of a rad new book for teens & young adults with ADHD} ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild, by Jonathan Chesner

Free Spirit Publishing’s latest release, ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild is—by far—the coolest book about ADHD in existence. It’s so “melting your face off with the flames More...

How disabled is disabled enough?

I have been physically disabled since I was born. Those friends that are reading this and have known me my whole life might say, "whaaa?". I sure didn't More...

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