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When Kids Lose Control or Destroy Property

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Sometimes our kids get so triggered that they lose control, like hitting and screaming or even destroying property. It’s scary…

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Managing Your Reactions – 3 Unusual Tips for Parents

By Lisa Kaplin

Parents tell me daily that they regret yelling at their children, or using a condescending tone, or maybe pushing in…

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Control ADHD, Set Good Boundaries

By Diane Dempster

How Do Boundaries Help Control ADHD? Boundaries are guidelines that clarify how we want people to behave around us. Needless…

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What To Do When Your Child Becomes Violent

By Jeremy Didier

Creating a Crisis Management Plan We knew we needed a crisis plan the day our son angrily grabbed his lacrosse…

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preventing risky behavior

Preventing Risky Behaviors in Kids with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Know the Facts Want some help to prevent (or, at least, minimize) risky behavior in your kids with ADHD? The…

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Turning Around Toxic Intensity

By Carey Sipp

I did not know what ADHD was, or that it was the likely cause of my forgetfulness, my being “scattered,…

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It’s Your Fault

By Diane Dempster

I recently had a conversation with a client about her son. She explained, “that child blames everyone else when he…

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Teach Your Kids to Ask for Help – A Mother’s Success Story

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Triumph Out Of Tragedy This is the story of how a school shooting actually helped a mom realize that she…

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Mistakes to Yourself

Take the Shame Out of Making a Mess

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Life is Messy! Kids have a tendency to make a mess. They spill things, break things, knock into things. They…

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