How to Use Positive Affirmations to Uplift Your Child Every Day

This article will guide you through creating a positive home environment, offer practical tips for engaging in after-school conversations that reinforce positivity, and suggest affirmations that can be seamlessly incorporated into your child’s daily routines.

Looking Beyond Black and White Thinking

Black and white thinking, also known as dichotomous thinking, is a cognitive distortion that involves viewing the world in extremes – things are either right or wrong, good or bad, with no room for shades of gray. This type of thinking can have a profound impact on individuals with ADHD. It can contribute to feelings of self-doubt, perfectionism, and an all-or-nothing approach to tasks and goals. Black-and-white thinking can lead to a cycle of frustration and disappointment when expectations are not met, or mistakes are made.

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