Your life might fall mainly into the “green.” It may fall squarely into the “red”. You might experience both ends of the spectrum in one week. Or one day. Or one hour.
It’s so hard.
So many ADHD kids feel rotten about themselves. Yours doesn’t have to.
Your kid can change for the better. Criticism just. Doesn’t. Work. Do something that does.
Inspire real change
Your goal: get your kid out of the principal’s office and into the classroom – finally learning.
Half-done room-clean-up? Unfinished cake? You can stop picking up the pieces and your kid can bask in the glow of a job completed.
That hair-tearing, tear-jerking, migraine-inducing LOADED topic called HOMEWORK… can be safely diffused.
Does your kid find starting new things super unsettling? Can your child never decide on anything from socks to ice-cream? These skills can be developed.
Your kid can be ready for school early
When something tough comes along, they won’t “lose it” in a frenzied, tear-filled storm. They’ll stop, focus and make wise decisions.
Those days of feeling like your kid has you wrapped around their little finger are over. You can decide what is acceptable in your home and what isn’t.
That endless, loud talking and inability to keep friendships are not inseparable, not-so-endearing parts of your ADHD kid. Your kid can have a loving relationship with their spouse. They can be in the same room as their siblings without half-killing them.
The egg-shell walking can end! You can put delicate china on the table again. That frightening, sudden temper can be managed.
Where is all that anger coming from? Get real answers and help your child plan for the future. Your kid doesn’t have to blow up at their kids, too.
You’ll no longer have to regularly run out of work because your child forgot his lunch. Again. You’ll have the time and headspace to further yourself professionally. Maybe you’ll even get that raise!
“Stuff” is all those things your child keeps losing. Notebooks. Writing supplies. Toys. Accessories.
These might not be scary expenses. A couple dollars in the garbage here and there isn’t the end of the world, right?
Want things to change?
But what about when they get a little older, and the stakes get a lot higher? What about when they start losing –
Besides, even the little expenses add up. Are you spending $40 on a new backpack every year because your child’s gets moldy from ancient lunch leftovers? Even more on clothes because your child’s get ruined as they sit stained and crumpled under the bed?
With an ADHD kid in the family, stress levels skyrocket. Whether it’s because you’re refereeing constant sibling rivalry or frantically patching up school issues, your life is stressful.
Your marriage might be suffering.
Your other kids might have started needing more from you – and not getting it.
And your health and sanity – yeah, stress is just great for those. So is that nasty sense of incompetence and helplessness that’s been eating you.
“Discover Discovering the Gift of ADHD” brings calm, control and structure back to your life, so you can save money on:
Mental and emotional healthcare is crucial, but it can get very expensive very fast. Set yourself up for better long-term emotional health with “Discover Discovering the Gift of ADHD.”