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Kate’s Parent Tips – Staying Positive

I know, like me, that you love your child with all your heart. In fact, if it weren’t for your love, your ADHD child would not be thriving in their life.

Who else would be so tolerant?

Love is patient and it is kind. It’s that enduring love of patience and kindness that you have for your child that keeps you and your child moving forward in life.

So, if you love your child, why don’t you feel good about your relationship with your child?

Be kind to yourself. It takes a lot of work and effort on a daily basis to raise a child who struggles with ADHD. This is a journey with all kinds of twists and turns that will include some good days and some bad days.

Every day is a new day on this journey. Stay the course with your child and keep moving in a positive direction.

Today, I’m going to share with you 3 tips that help me every day in my own family.

After you take a listen, I would love to hear from you.  Be sure to leave a comment and share how you keep your relationship with your child positive.

3Key Highlights From Today’s Video:

1. You have to keep learning about ADHD.  Become a student again. Sign up at ADHDKidscanthrive.com for support.  It is really hard for your child to behave like other people.  They think differently and they are going to need you to parent them differently.

2.  Let it go! There is no need to yell and critique every little thing in life. Stay focused on what really matters in your life and your child’s life.

3. Engage in a good way with your child.  Pretend you are a therapist.  Ask questions and get your child to provide solutions to their problems.  It’s more interesting for your child and you.

And, if you liked this video, please share this email with your friends and colleagues.

Thank you for your encouragement and support with this project.

With Love,

Kate Brownfield

Advocate, Mentor, Founder of ADHDKidsCanThrive.com

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