Free Parenting Guide for Moms & Dads with ADHD

“How am I supposed to keep track of my children when I can’t even keep myself organized?” Good question! Here are 18 strategies to help!

5/10/2021 2:00:00 AM

“How am I supposed to keep track of my children when I can’t even keep myself organized?” Good question! Here are 18 strategies to help!

Parenting is a hard job, whether you're a stay-at-home dad or a busy working mom trying to balance a career, kids, and everything else. And it's doubly difficult when you’re a parent with ADHD. In this free downloadable guide, get our best advice for effectively running your household.

.If you have a child with ADHD, there’s a 60 percent chance that you or your mate also qualifies for a diagnosis. And despite lingering stereotypes that men are more likely to have attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD), the truth is it’s not always Dad. Doctors have found that, in families that have two children with ADHD, it’s equally likely for either the mother or the father to have

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ADHD.Regardless of your treatment plan, you likely find yourself wondering, “How am I supposed to keep track of my children when I can’t even keep myself organized?” In this free download, we offer 18 strategies for explaining your family’s diagnoses to skeptics, using humor to move past ADHD slip-ups, and avoiding chaos (wherever it raises its ugly head).

The main takeaway? Learn to appreciate gifts and minimize the weakness of ADHD. In the long run, your kids won’t remember the dirty dishes and the occasionally scrambled morning routines — but they will remember that you loved and supported them through the ups and downs of ADHD. headtopics.com

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Dad leaves 80,000 pennies to pay for child support. See what mother and daughter did next - CNN Video

A mother and daughter turned a negative into a positive after donating 80,000 pennies left on their front lawn by the father as the final child support payment. CNN affiliate WTVR reports.