Have you been summoned in school for the “misbehavior” of your child? If this is happening with frequency, have you ever considered the possibility of your child having ADHD? Symptoms can be hard to diagnose, but if there is that nagging suspicion, your first port...
Education is one important key to success in life. Of course, to have a brighter future and to better compete, learning and acquiring skills are needed. These skills are not exclusive to normal kids who learn faster, but these are extra important for special children...
Being misunderstood – this is what an ADHD kid gets all the time at home and school which are the first places that must be providing all the help that an ADHD kid needs. This happens when the kid is undiagnosed with ADHD. (...)
“Is the baby complete?” This is a question that every new mother asks. All through the nine months, mother’s-to-be stay away from use of drugs and anything that can possibly cause a congenital defect on the fetus. (...)
Isn’t ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder getting too sensationalized to the effect that every kid who manifests a certain degree of hyperactivity and difficulty to pay attention is regarded as a possible candidate for ADHD? (...)
If your attention has been called by the school because of your kid’s hyperactivity, you may be surprised. Quite too often, parents of children with ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder do not know that their kids’ hyperactivity and short attention...
“Misbehaving kids,” that was how kids suffering from ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder used to be labeled. They are the ones who do not pay attention to their parents or teachers. They do not finish tasks and assignments on time. (...)
You grew up thinking that you are dumb, lazy and disliked by many. There was nothing happy about your childhood as you have been scolded wherever you go. There were no important milestones in your life either. (...)
The most important of the ADHD facts that parents need to accept is: ADHD is for real. The sooner this fact is accepted, the better it is for the kid because it means early diagnosis and treatments. (...)
It is said that no job can compare to the job of a mother. Despite all the challenges and hardships they go through, they never give up. A lot of people agree that a mother’s worries and pain can all go away once she sees a simple smile on her kid’s face. (...)
Too busy, too stressed, too important to give a helping hand and make a difference? I believe that once we stop and get out of our own way, we not only discover how much we have to give, but also that we have much joy and richness to experience in that transaction.
While the majority of people are concerned with children exhibiting signs of ADHD, it is possible that many adults have ADHD and don’t even realize it. The fact is that Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder is just as real for adults as it is children. (...)
Many people don’t realize that there are several different forms of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder and just classify a child as having “ADHD.” However there are approximately 9 different forms of ADHD. (...)
Having a child with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder can be difficult, especially if you prefer homeopathic approaches. The great news is that there are several ways to approach ADHD naturally. Below are some ideas to help you get started. (...)