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How to Apologize

How to Apologize When You’ve Hurt Your Child’s Feelings: Recovering after a Fight

By Diane Dempster

We all have those moments when something goes wrong and we start pointing the finger to figure out whose “fault”…

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Wanting For Yourself

Wanting For Yourself

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Do you have any clue what you are wanting for yourself? I know I struggle with that a lot, so…

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Good evening, Anthony- Here is the primer questions for the Sprinkler Repair page. Sprinkler Repair Primer Questions Please note: Taking the time to answer all of the primer questions in this document will allow us to have a productive, focused kickoff meeting where we understand the specific problems you’re experiencing and how we can help. Thanks so much!

Practical Zen Brain Hacks for Parents: How to Keep Your Cool So Your Kids Can, Too

By Alan Brown

The parent-child relationship is a battlefield of personalities, talents, deficits, wills, egos and many other aspects of the humble human’s…

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Moderation

Flexibility + Structure = Moderation

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Staying Conscious of Moderation While I have a strong preference for dark chocolate over any other “sweet,” Halloween definitely tests…

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Stop Yelling

Stop Yelling

By Diane Dempster

It sounds easy to stop yelling, but it’s not.  Many of us really would like to change our behavior. But…

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ADHD and Teen Drivers: Behind the Wheel with ADHD

By Ann Shanahan

Of all possible risks, including illness, substance abuse, and even violence, none is more likely to cause serious injury or…

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Leader

My Kid? A Leader? YES!

By Diane Dempster

Leadership When my son was a teen, he and I attended the national ADHDAware event, a “leadership” summit. Being surrounded…

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Braind-based

Brain-Based Treatments for ADHD – What Parents Should Know

By Jim Otis

Do you know what’s happening in the brain of someone with ADHD? When you are making the complicated decision about…

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Watching You

Their Eyes are Watching You!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Actions Speak Louder Our kids don’t miss a trick – they’re watching you. Children learn more from what we do…

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