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from The Distracted Mom

Why Punishments Don't Work (And What Works Better!)

Kids do well if they can, but lacking the skills to problem solve, they have meltdowns instead. But punishments don’t teach problem-solving skills!

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Prevalence rates, types, warning signs, myths and facts, adult symptoms and parenting tips. ADHD infographic put together by the team at Rawhide Boys Ranch.

Prevalence rates, types, warning signs, myths and facts, adult symptoms and parenting tips. ADHD infographic put together by the team at Rawhide Boys Ranch.

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from Dr. Axe

Symptoms of ADHD, Diet & Treatment

ADHD Natural Treatment Infographic Chart

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from m.additudemag.com

Inattentive ADHD Explained: Free Download from ADDitude

Inattentive ADHD can be mistaken for depression, anxiety, or a learning disorder — if it's diagnosed at all. Here's what you need to know about the quieter side of ADHD.

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from ADDitude Magazine

“Having ADHD and Taking Medicine for It is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of”

Simone Biles, you are our hero.

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from LIVESTRONG.COM

Foods to Calm ADHD Children

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that manifests in childhood and it often continues into adulthood, The symptoms of ADHD include inattention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity that are inappropriate for a child's age level. A healthy diet can help a child become more calm and focused. Salmon,...

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from Brightly

7 Inspiring Books for ADHD Kids and Their Parents

Reading books — whether alone or with a parent — has a calming effect on children and may be especially helpful to kids with ADHD.

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from Understood.org

ADHD and Anger: What You Need to Know

If your child has ADHD and also goes through frequent episodes of anger, you may not think the two could be related. But temper flare-ups are common with ADHD.

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from Views From a Step Stool

Tips for Calming the Angry Child PLUS 8 Calming Tools to do ANYWHERE

Tips for Calming the Angry Child: Why it's ok to be upset, and how we can help our kids learn to calm themselves anywhere!

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from Ben and Me

ADHD, Lying, and Your Child's Heart

Because these kids spend much of their time seemingly in disobedience, it’s imperative parents develop a system for determining the difference between matters of the heart that require immediate disciplinary action and those that are the coping mechanism of a child with ADHD. One of the most difficult areas in which to judge this is lying.

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