All posts tagged the clark kent chronicles

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...

Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

Our ADHD/Aspie teen “Clark Kent” rebounded with accountability from a disastrous first half of his senior year, including agreeing to restart the meds he’d quit six months before. More...

So we let our ADHD teen fail. NOW WHAT??

  Last we checked on my ADHD/Aspie son “Clark Kent,” he was living up to his nickname in spectacular fashion while stubbornly clinging to the belief that he was 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...

Our Journey Toward Diet and Lifestyle Alternatives to ADHD Medication

We are working with our son, the one we affectionately call Clark Kent, to modify his diet and lifestyle, in the hope that it will reduce his need 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...

But Superman never gets a sunburn.

  Four seconds. That's the approximate range of forward thinking our teenage ADHD/Asperger's son can engage in. There are obvious problems with this present focus, like the inability to More...

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