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Get Organized: 10 Tips to Manage an ADHD Household

By Terry Matlen

It’s tough when one or more kids in a household has ADHD. Toys are strewn about the house and dirty…

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Pause & Breathe

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Pause and breathe. Calm down your body so you can calm down. So your brain can calm down. When life…

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truck

The Marathon View in Parenting: In It For the Long Haul

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

After the birth of my first child, I started working on a book with a friend that was loosely titled,…

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Prevent Meltdowns with a Trigger Journal

By Diane Dempster

Meltdowns Aren’t Always Random One of the most important parts of helping our kids learn how to handle their emotional…

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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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Say Yes

Say Yes! A Parenting Approach The Experts Forgot to Mention

By Diane Dempster

Shifting to “Yes” It’s amazing how often we say the word “no.” Our kids probably hear it more often than…

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Is It ADHD, a Reading Disability, or Both?

By Jennifer Hasser

As a parent of a child with ADHD, I know a great deal of time is spent on the age-old…

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3 Skills to Help Your Child Remember

By Florence Cannon

Prospective memory  — that is, remembering to perform a planned action at some future time — is crucial for managing…

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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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