5 Big Myths of ADHD

If you have a teen with ADHD, then frustration is a daily reality for you. Trying to manage your child’s life leaves you little time to manage your own life. If that wasn’t bad enough, others misunderstand your child or the disorder. Does this sound familiar? People judge you for

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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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