Do you think you might have ADHD? Does your child, sibling, or parent have it? Maybe some of the information here has you wondering, “Could it be…?” Maybe it’s time to find out.
The demands of parenting a child with ADHD can be exhausting—both physically
and mentally. It’s easy to get caught up in a cycle of frustration, anger,
and guilt (topped off with a healthy dose of feeling anxious and stressed
as a result).
The best thing for a child (or teen) learning to manage ADHD is to live in a home that provides them with both love and structure. Staying positive and healthy yourself can make this much easier.
It’s important to establish structure and stick to it. Set clear expectations and rules.