Hidden Strengths of ADHD

If you’re like most parents, you see ADHD as a learning disability. And it certainly is. As I look back to my own childhood with ADHD, I can remember feeling isolated, angry, and confused. I didn’t know I had ADHD at the time. Neither did my parents. It’s only in

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Three Ways To Prepare Your ADHD Teen For College

(Today’s article is written by my business partner, Steve Safigan) My son Andrew has ADHD (inattentive type). Despite this, he’ll graduate college this year with a 3.5 GPA and will get married later this year (to a Japanese girl!) But it wasn’t always easy, and it certainly wasn’t without a

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Encourage Your Student to Take a Fresh Look at Herself—Through Someone Else’s Eyes

Today’s post comes from our guest blogger, Tami Campbell of Level Up Career Services.   Not long ago, I had the opportunity to work with a charming young lady. We had gotten to know each other because I frequented a coffee shop where she worked. She needed to create a

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3 Ways To Help Your Child Be A Boss

As I was cleaning out my attic a few weeks ago, I found a little blast from my past. When I was about 10 years old, my best friend and I decided to start a Welch’s Grape Juice Fan Club. We wrote to the Welch Company and told them of

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How to Communicate With Daughters

Listen. Just listen. Today I decided to write specifically about our daughters. And about our mothers. When I was growing up, I didn’t think a lot about what my mother was going through. Now I wonder: When I was a senior, did she worry about my driving? Did she worry

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