All posts tagged motivation

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” years. My son, dubbed by us long ago “Clark Kent,” is knocking […]

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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...

ADHD- An invisible disorder

Normally, when I write an article, I discuss topics and problems which have solutions. Today I’d like to discuss an important issue which confounds me as a parent More...

{a mom’s} week free of {ADHD}

I walked into my favorite coffee shop, Stomping Grounds, chose a table, and set my laptop bag on a chair. I was about to sit down when I More...

The Right Stuff: The Clark Chronicles

Artwork by Alayah Frazier: That Boy My 15-year old ADHD son Clark has many of the raw materials for great success later in life: brains, looks, a wicked sense More...

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