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embarrassing conversations with your kids

5 Tips for Having Embarrassing Conversations with Your Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

A few years back, after the stunning death of Cory Monteith (of “Glee” fame), US magazine quoted a source saying, “He…

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Four Ways to Teach Your Kid to Stand Up to Bullying

By Barbara Coloroso

Bullying is a familiar topic in the world of complex kids, and internationally renowned parent author and educator, Barbara Coloroso,…

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Complaint Free

5 Steps to Enter a Complaint Free Zone

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

I’m into rubber bracelet causes as much as the next girl, and I saw one on a friend that I…

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ADHD Diagnosis: The Good, The Bad, and The Parent’s Role

By Edward Hallowell

The Benefits of an ADHD Diagnosis All 3 of my children have ADHD. When they were diagnosed with ADHD, my…

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Did Social Anxiety Make Me a Leader?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

I was 56 years old before I began to suspect that social anxiety played a big part in making me…

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Steps to College Readiness – It’s Not Too Late

By Judith Bass

The transition from high school to college begins long before senior year in high school. There is no time like…

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Communicating with teachers

Communicating with Teachers for School Success with ADHD

By Diane Dempster

The Struggle Is Real It is heartbreaking and frustrating for parents to witness the struggles their children face in school.…

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Don’t Read That! Why the Media Stokes Parents’ Worst Fears

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

There is so much “news” about ADHD these days. And often, the media is just trying to stoke parents’ worst…

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Managing My Reactions as a Parent

By Caroline Maguire

Does parenting a child with ADHD stress you out? It does for me, at times. While I know it’s hard…

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