Today, Child Traumatic Stress can be mistaken for ADHD in the same way. So let’s pause, dig deeper, and ask ourselves, “Is my child really dealing with ADHD, or is it trauma?”
Having a child that struggles with anxiety is tough. You want to remove every obstacle in their way, but this time, the obstacle is their own mind. Now, instead of clearing the road for them, you have to teach them how to clear it themselves.
Let’s talk about the inner workings of an ADHD teen mind so you can understand it better as a parent.
Childhood is a fun time filled with playing, exploration, and lots of love. However, it’s also the first time we experience pain and frustration, even in small amounts.
The next time you’re up to bat parenting, consider these tips to help foster confidence in your child.
Before social media, it seemed easy to leave the bullies at school and have a life of your own at home. For teens today however, keeping the bullies out of sight and out of mind is harder to do. The barrier between school and home…