You love your children, but you do not always love raising them. And that does NOT make you a bad person or an inferior parent, we promise.
Millions of parents struggle with the same painful emotions as they work tirelessly to advocate for their children, teach them necessary skills, and send them off into the world as healthy, confident adults. This book of essays gives testament to the challenges and triumphs of parenting a child with ADHD.
Whenever you feel overwhelmed, take a moment to read these heartwarming essays by our favorite parents on topics like:
PLEASE NOTE: This ebook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.
Sometimes, all you need to overcome a parenting challenge is the knowledge that someone else is going through the same thing, too. These essays can help.
This comprehensive collection covers the biggest parenting problems you face every day. Chapters include:
Raising a child with ADHD is challenging on many levels. Here, parents discuss how they dealt with their negative feelings and moved forward.
Accepting your child's diagnosis, having the "ADHD talk," and going from lost to found in the lifelong journey of attention deficit.
Tough calls on treatment choices, including: Should we medicate? Could exercise be enough? And what about related conditions?
A child with ADHD marches to the beat of her own drums — and parenting one means everyday loudness, learning, and love.
School can mean learning, friends, and fun. But it can also mean social slip-ups, unfinished homework, and teachers who just don't get it.
Love letters to children who shoulder their challenges, accept their flaws, and go boldly into the world as bright, caring adults.