“Why so many sibling fights?”

For the explosive child, growing up with siblings involves lots of fighting. I can tell you, having grown up with ADHD, emotional reactions are what gets the best of us. It’s frequently a mix of the ADHD child instigating the fight and the ADHD child being triggered by something and not having the tools to manage their reactions. 

As the mom in these situations, feelings flood that momma brain of being at a loss of what to do to help your explosive child regulate their emotions and how to help your other children to understand what’s going on and why.

Right now, you feel at a loss of what to do to help your child with ADHD, bring peace back into the home, and sanity back into your mind. I want you to know something. It doesn’t have to be this way, and there are options out there that will be LIFE-CHANGING.

Head over to Katelyn Mabry’s podcast Journey with Me Through ADHD, A podcast for Kids, and listen to her February 25, 2023 episode, “Why So Many Sibling Fights?”. You can listen to this 9-minute episode via Spotify or iTunes

In this episode, you will learn why these explosions are happening and gain tools to add to your toolbox that will help you navigate your explosive child’s emotions and know the steps to improve the relationship with their siblings.

When this fighting happens daily, it wears you down as a mom. You are swinging between emotions of frustration, sadness, anger, and helplessness. This impacts the entire house and cannot continue. Katelyn Mabry and I understand that you have tried everything and are frustrated because nothing has provided lasting results. It’s time to finally change that and transform from stressful and chaotic to calm and confident!

Schedule a consultation today to learn how we can help you fast-track bringing peace back into your home and setting your child up with skills to regulate their emotions.

P.S. We are currently enrolling in Journey to Becoming Mom Again.

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