ADHD Raising an Explosive Child: Guidebook for Parents to Help Children Self-Regulate, Build Social Skills, Focus, Organise and Gain Confidence (Paperback)
Do you feel overwhelmed when it comes to understanding and addressing your child's ADHD and its associated challenges?
Do you find yourself anxious when your child is at school or with friends, fearing they may be ostracised or ridiculed due to their unique needs?
Looking for effective strategies to help your child flourish and reach their full potential?
It is true that all children can be unfocused and hyperactive at times, particularly when they are nervous or excited.
However, when your child consistently experiences emotional turmoil, memory lapses and inattention in various situations, it can negatively impact their self-esteem and social life.
You probably feel helpless and often lose your temper. It is time for a change.
Equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to help your child not only manage their ADHD but also thrive in life.
This is a taste of what you will find inside this book:
- Defining ADHD and its symptoms.
- Understanding the causes of ADHD.
- Identifying strengths and weaknesses of children with ADHD.
- Creating a structured and supportive learning environment.
- Strategies for improving attention and behaviour in the classroom.
- Understanding social challenges for children with ADHD.
- Strategies for improving social skills and building friendships.
- Addressing bullying and social exclusion.
- Strategies for fostering a growth mindset in children with ADHD.
- Understanding the different types of medication for ADHD.
- Alternatives to medication, including therapy and lifestyle changes.
- Understanding the emotional impact of ADHD on families.
- Strategies for managing behaviour and emotions at home.
- Future directions for ADHD research and treatment.
If you notice these behaviours in your child, this book is highly recommended. ADHD symptoms include:
- Hyperactivity (fidgeting, excessive talking, restlessness).
- Impulsivity (dominating conversations, difficulty waiting, trouble resisting temptation).
- Inattentiveness (forgetfulness, listening challenges, inability to complete tasks).
Do these behaviors sound familiar?
ADHD is a nuanced and intricate condition, exhibiting a diversity of symptoms and affecting individuals uniquely.
No need to stress, because...
Unprepared parenting can be a recipe for disaster, leaving you and your child feeling lost, frustrated, and defeated. But fear not, this is a myth that can be easily debunked with a little preparation and guidance.
Parenting a child with ADHD is no easy feat. The condition affects every facet of life - family, school, relationships, finances - and can lead to feelings of shame and failure.
Do not let fear hold you back Take charge of your child's future by improving their situation, and yours, starting today.