Parents

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If your car breaks down, you’re not going to just start replacing things hoping one of them is the broken part and your car will start working.  No, you will inspect the car to find the broken part and then fix it.  The same needs to happen with your ADHD. We are quick to throw […]

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I have so many of my clients come to me wanting to make a change and start managing their ADHD. I have parents wanting their child to get their grades pulled up. Adults who want to end a work day feeling accomplished and stress free instead of overwhelmed and lazy.  As humans, we have this […]

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For many women, the day they become a mom is the day they become a worrier. Some have been worriers their whole lives. But if a woman wasn’t already a big worrier, she is definitely one after becoming a mom. “Will I be a good mom?” “Will my partner be a good parent?” “What if […]

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Your First Four Steps Following the Diagnosis When your child is initially diagnosed with ADHD, you likely feel both relief and dread. While you finally have a name to identify your child’s behavior, you are now dealing with new fears, stereotypes, and judgments.  Is your kid going to struggle for the rest of their life? […]

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The joys of parenthood are undeniable, but let’s be real – it’s also the hardest job on the planet.  As if being responsible for keeping another human being alive isn’t pressure enough, between the soccer games, homework, meal planning and bedtime routines, you also worry about their mental, emotional, and social development.  Are they presenting […]

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Those of us with ADHD are all over the place. We have a hard time keeping up with the things that need to get done. We are constantly behind and forgetting things.I am here to tell you that you are not alone! Many of us experience this scattered brain. It is frustrating when your family […]