PSP Episode 008: 5 Unrealistic Expectations People Place on Kids with ADHD

Sometimes the expectations don't make sense for a child with ADHD. Are your expectations reasonable?

Summary:

In this episode I will discuss 5 unrealistic expectations parents, teachers and well-intentioned friends and family place on kids with ADHD.

 

In this episode you will learn:

 

Why telling kids with ADHD to not fidget does not make sense.

How to help your child regulate their volume without nagging.

How to channel your child’s energy without getting angry.

How to avoid common parenting pitfalls that sets both you and your child up for failure.


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One response to “PSP 008: 5 Unrealistic Expectations People Place on Kids with ADHD”

  1. Natasha Daniels says:

    Such a perfect point Mary! Thanks for your insightful comment.

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