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'Me time' is actually possible, even when you're managing a full schedule of appointments, therapies, and the occasional meltdown. Here's how.
ADHD affects the whole family. Here’s how to talk about it with your kids and how to help everyone form closer, happier relationships.
It's not always easy to tell the difference between typical kid energy and behaviors that point to attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Knowing these symptoms can help.
You or your child has been diagnosed with ADHD. Now what? Eileen Bailey provides a practical guide of where to go for help.
Real talk about how to work with your child’s school to set realistic expectations and offer maximum support for the school year. You got this!
ADHD can be a positive trait when managed. Help your children learn to harness the excessive energy and use it to help them accomplish their goals.
Some believe that experiencing a series of traumatic events can lead to developing conduct disorder.
Why are so many females with ADHD often misunderstood and misdiagnosed? They often have inattentive type ADHD, which means they have trouble focusing and blocking out distractions but aren’t hyperactive or impulsive.
Unsure exactly how much time is too much time when it comes to video games and kids? Find out what the latest research reveals.
When January rolls around, many parents are ready for the daily routine to bring back some semblance of order to their lives. But the transition isn’t always easy.