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Managing Emotions with Two Sides of a Coin Principle

By Pam Shervanick

What Do Tantrums and Eye Color Have in Common? A common description of children with ADHD is that they are…

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Use Code Words To Help ADHD Kids Cope with … Everything?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

We use code words in our family to facilitate communication, ease emotionally intense situations, and aid in organization. When my…

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Are You In Threat Mode? 6 Tools to Stop the Yelling

By Diane Dempster

Yelling Doesn’t Calm The Chaos Why do we yell, even when we know it’s ineffective? Instead of handling things calmly,…

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Prevent Meltdowns in Emotional Kids (using T-A-C-T)

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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Fostering Resilience for Kids with Anxiety

Interview with Sharon Saline

We interviewed clinical psychologist Dr. Sharon Saline about what is going on for kids with anxiety, and how to foster…

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How to Get Kids Off Technology Without Meltdowns

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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Your Presence Is Present Enough

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

There is nothing your kids need more from you than your undivided attention. Not every minute, of course. But they…

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Taking ADHD/LD from Stress to De-Stress

By Jerome Schultz

Kids with ADHD are constantly bombarded with demands that put them in overdrive. They wonder why school is so hard—so…

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A Parent’s Best Question: Is It Naughty or Neurological?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Whatever challenge you’re facing with your complex kids, there is one powerful, guiding question to ask YOURSELF that will lead…

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