WE ARE PSYCHOLOGISTS AND OUR CHILD HAS ADHD. WE ARE SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS, TOO.
Let us not pretend that we have it all worked out. Let us be able to be vulnerable and realize when we need to ask for some extra help. And let us hope that help is there when we need it.
MY CHILD'S NEURODIVERGENCE IS NOT A CHOICE. MY EMPATHY IS.
If we can approach ADHD from a place of empathy and understanding, then we'll see that the behaviors we find so frustrating are usually our child's way of asking for help. And we'll stop taking their behavior so personally and stop reacting to it in anger.
5 TRICKS TO MAKE LAUNDRY LESS AGONIZING.
Doing laundry with ADHD often means moldy and/or wrinkled clothes that scream to be folded and neatly put away, but which rarely are. If you rewash the same load frequently or pluck clean outfits straight out of the dryer, these five tips may make laundry easier and less overwhelming.