ADHD Workbook for Beginners: A Practical Approach to Mindful Parenting (Paperback)
"It will give parents and teachers enough information about the core symptoms of ADHD so that they know how to deal with children and understand their actions better." --5 Stars, Reader's FavoriteDo you think your child has ADHD? Affecting millions around the globe, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is well known... yet poorly understood by far too many. The first to suffer from the child's disorder are the parents, as it can be a discouraging and stressful ordeal. Dealing with explosive emotions can be vexing, and often miscommunication can cause frustration from both sides. When your child is having difficulty trying to self-regulate, it is easy to get into a struggle for control which only makes the situation tough to deal with.
If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, now is the time to concentrate on solutions. Offering invaluable data and insights, this guide represents the best way to do just that. By learning how to manage ADHD and fostering better habits, your child will be able to take control of every frustration and succeed. As a parent, the better you understand this syndrome, the better equipped you will be to help your loved one to live their life to its fullest. Inside, you will find:
- What to watch out for - The comprehensive signs and symptoms
- Techniques by which to circumvent both arguments and accidents
- Tips on reading with ADHD and other skill-building exercises
- How to improve the power of speech and communication
- Highly effective ways to effectively deal with tantrums and misbehavior
- Dieting guidelines and natural cures
- Smoke and mirrors-the myriad of myths surrounding ADHD today
- A wealth of great activities to do at home
Many parents accept a prescription and dose their child with little more thought. For those who have much deeper questions: answers lie within By working with your child and engaging them in the process, you can invoke lasting positive change and truly help them thrive. Help your child overcome his difficulties now.
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