As many of you know, October is ADHD Awareness Month, although for people like me, every day is ADHD Awareness Day.  When you have a child with ADHD, you feel like you are constantly educating others about ADHD and advocating for your child with ADHD on a daily basis. This year’s theme for the ADHD Awareness Video Contest is “Setting The Record Straight” and that is exactly what 9-year old Giuliana did in her amazing video titled “Giuliana Is Setting...

Stop Shaming Parents for the Way They Discipline Their ADHDer After completing her spelling and math homework, my daughter asked me if she could play on her iPad. I told her she could and then she said, “Wait! What about reading?” We had both forgotten about her reading homework, which is basically her reading a fourth grade level book of her choice for 30 minutes. I replied, “Oh yeah! First, you need to read.” Cue horrendous meltdown. My daughter began...

This is a sponsored post written by Cristina Margolis on behalf of Mightier. All opinions are 100% mine. My kids have been playing video games for years now, but they are currently obsessed with a new and unique video game program called Mightier. Mightier is a fantastic program with fun and engaging bioresponsive games that teach children how to regulate their emotions.  There are currently 16 great games offered, but my kids spend most of their time playing their favorite...

This is a sponsored post written by Cristina Margolis on behalf of PatPat. All opinions are 100% mine. PatPat: Best Place To Get Matching Family Outfits I have always been a sucker for matching family shirts. When my husband and I went on our honeymoon, I had matching Hubby and Wifey shirts created just for us.  It was slim pickings when it came to premade matching shirts back then, so everything had to be customized and came with a hefty price. Nowadays, there are awesome websites...

This is a guest post written by Annabelle Fee. Annabelle is part of the Content and Community team at SmileTutor, sharing valuable content to their own community and beyond. How to Support Siblings In Families with a Special Needs Child Special needs refers to kids who require assistance for their psychological, mental, or medical disabilities. These disabilities arise from conditions, such as Autism, Down Syndrome, and Dyslexia. Others are blindness, Cystic Fibrosis, and ADHD....

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