Is there anything more painful than watching your child try to make friends, and fail?
Children with ADHD are routinely alienated and targeted due to their behavioral challenges. Some struggle to decipher social cues. Others act much younger than their peers. And still others suffer because of their impulsivity—blurting out hurtful comments or interrupting rudely without intending to. Whatever the reason, kids with ADHD are at greater risk for bullying and for loneliness.
What can you do? Begin by using the strategies in this eBook for:
PLEASE NOTE: This ebook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.
Learning to understand social interaction can put your child on the path to making friends—and living a happy life. This report can help them get there.
This comprehensive report includes everything from advice for kids who hit to learning empathy. Chapters include:
Learn what social skills are thwarted by ADHD, and how that impacts friendships.
How to start overcoming ADHD challenges with practice and intention.
Set the stage for your child and her potential new buddy to have fun at home.
Learn to draw out information on what hurtful things are actually happening at school.
How to shut down bullying when your child is the one cuasing the problem.
Stories from readers who have been there, felt that, and overcome.