50 Ways to Kick Your Mood Up a Notch

50 Ways to Kick Your Mood Up a Notch

I asked a group of moms what suggestions they had for raising the roof when they’re feeling down: Below are 50 ways to kick it up a notch when you can’t motivate yourself to get it done Read More

Does Your Child Have Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?

Does Your Child Have Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?

Here is important information on a new(ish) aspect of ADD/ADHD called Rejection Sensitive Disorder (or RSD).I’m going to talk about how it feels and how to parent someone experiencing an RSD episode. After that, I will cite articles explaining the biology of it. Read More

ADHD and Friendships

ADHD and Friendships

Justin sits alone at lunch every. single. day. His only friends are his cousins, who have known him since they were all babies together and are accepting of his super-shy, silent, and scattered personality. The school has called about their concerns that Justin is suffering in some way. His mother tells me, “My heart breaks when I think of him sitting alone. Why is there NO ONE who will talk to him?” Read More

Pitfalls of Creating Behavior Expectations for ADHD Children

Pitfalls of Creating Behavior Expectations for ADHD Children

Creating behavior expectations for ADHD kids is tricky but it doesn’t have to be when parents are open to changing preconceived notions. You’ll actually find yourself doing less work keeping your kids in line! Watch out for these pitfalls when you’re creating behavior expectations for children with ADHD. Read More

7 Types of ADHD | Does your child have the correct ADHD diagnosis?

ADHD Diagnosis

The past few week I’ve been blogging about the 7 Types of ADHD (Classic, Inattentive, Over-Focused, Temporal Lobe, Limbic, Ring of Fire, and ADHD with Anxiety), Dr. Daniel Amen’s identifications. As scientists and behaviorists learn more and more about ADHD, it really is imperative that we keep up with the times and, for moms and dads, our parenting decisions. Read More

7 Types of ADHD | Type 7: ADD with Anxiety

ADD with Anxiety

Expert Yafa Crane Luria talks to us about the causes, symptoms and treatment for people with Anxious ADD. People with Anxious ADD often avoid conflict like the plague, unlike other ADD types that tend to be more excitement and conflict seeking. Read More