Homework Battle…it’s on!

Homework Battle…it’s on!

We have officially completed one week of school.  Some things went well, for example, Carlton woke up easily each morning and we made it to school on time.  (Yay!)  He enjoyed seeing his classmates and turned in all his homework assignments. (Yay!)  Other things,...
A Story of Hope Involving ADHD and Anxiety

A Story of Hope Involving ADHD and Anxiety

Hi everyone!  I’m sorry it has been a bit quiet on the blog and Facebook the last couple of weeks.  My ADHD coach training and keeping up with my children’s summer activities and schedule has taken over my life.  But here I am, ready to share some encouragement with...
ADHD: The Tears of a Mom

ADHD: The Tears of a Mom

Raising children is hard.  Raising children who have an ADHD diagnosis is even harder.  The term, “complex kids,” that Elaine and Diane coined over at Impact ADD, resonates with me.  ADDers are complex.  Raising them, teaching them, coaching them, etc. can bring about...
ADHD Emotions Intensified

ADHD Emotions Intensified

In last week’s post, one thing I wanted you to take away was the intensity at which an ADDer reacts or responds is the intensity that he/she is feeling the emotion.  Oh the joy of ADHD emotions! I want to emphasize this because it was something I didn’t know until I...