A glimpse at an eleven-paged ebook providing tips on how parents of children with ADD/ADHD can interact with, and interpret their children in a positive manner.
Most fathers envision themselves as a supportive parent, but how can a father be a good parent if he has AD/HD himself? and so does his offspring? Behaviors that often bother us most are the negative traits we see in ourselves, but through various coaching strategies, dads can effectively manage their own battles with AD/HD, as well as parenting their attention-deficit child in a loving manner.
Learn how to make your family and child more resilient to adversity.
A dysfunctional family does not cause ADHD, however, it does not help those within the family that have ADHD, and those with ADHD can cause dysfunction in a family.
Better self-esteem in children leads to better self-growth.
Audio presentation by Melissa Orlov: ADHD couples pick exactly the wrong approaches to solving their marital problems that would make sense for most couples, but not when one or both partners has ADHD.
The teen years are often the most difficult years for parents to manage their children. Although it may be a period of conflict between parent and child, the teen years are the most important years for young adults to develop into the distinct individuals they will become. Learn what to expect and prepare for, how to react and cope, and how to deal.
ADHD and its effect on marriage, as well as the 12 distinct symptoms of ADHD affecting your marriage.
Many parents are discouraged by their child’s bad behavior, but children do change due to their ability to learn problem solving skills. Yet, children cannot do it alone. Parents also have to learn new skills to make changes in their child’s behavior.