We are all going to receive judgment about our parenting. The goal is to be able to receive that judgment and determine if it applies to you.
No two parents see eye to eye on everything. But parents can find common ground as both want what is best for their child.
We all have weaknesses. When we shift our perspective regarding what our child is doing, it will pay huge dividends.
Children with ADHD need help learning to manage their time. With the right tools and strategies, children can thrive when completing tasks.
When it comes to parenting, no two parents will do it the same, often leading to conflict as you try to prove to the other parent that “you are right.”
If your child experiences extreme emotional responses to small events they may be experiencing emotional dysregulation.