Communication Skills For Adults with ADHD & Your Family

Good communication skills are vital in a family when you or one of the family members have ADHD in the hopes to make good decisions together, solve problems effectively, and promote a positive sense of well-being among family members. Use of sarcasm, ridicule, name calling, ignoring, making an annoyed face, looking incredulous, snickering, mocking, overgeneralizing, […]

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Tips For Better Communication in ADHD Relationships

Building a lasting, satisfying relationship is challenging for everyone, however it can be more difficult where one of both members in the relationship have ADHD. This can cause misunderstandings, frustration and resentments.  This can happen if the husband/wife was never properly diagnosed or treated.  The good news is you can turn these problems around, here […]

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Strategies For Communicating With Your ADHD Child

Children with ADHD often experience trouble participating in focused day-to-day conversations. However adjusting your own style of communication to your child’s needs can help him maintain a connection. Below are some strategies you can use to strengthen your communication with your child with ADHD. Give them short and simple directions– Children with ADHD are easily overwhelmed. When you are […]

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