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This is a guest post written by Dr. Robert J. Hudson, MD, FAAP (aka Dr. Bob) Dr. Bob is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics with the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. He has practiced general pediatrics for three decades and devoted the past sixteen years as a behavioral pediatrician helping parents with their children who exhibit behavioral or learning problems, including ADHD. For more information about Dr. Bob, please visit his website. Image...

This is a guest post written by Edna Bedell from Smile Tutor, a home tutoring agency in Singapore. How to Develop Responsibility In Kids Image Source: Pexels / Pixabay You love to pamper your kids, but you also want to raise them as a responsible and gentle individual. If you live in Singapore, Smile Tutor is a great way to make you kid more responsible and independent. The earlier children are taught, the better their future will be. Here are five helpful tips to help  make...

This is a guest post written by Marie Miguel. Marie Miguel is an avid internet researcher. She is fueled by her determination to answer the many questions she hasn’t been able to find the answer to anywhere else. When she finds these answers she likes to spread the knowledge to others seeking help. She is always looking for outlets to share her information, therefore she occasionally has her content published on different websites and blogs. Even though she doesn’t run one...

This is a guest post written by Marie Miguel. Marie Miguel is an avid internet researcher. She is fueled by her determination to answer the many questions she hasn’t been able to find the answer to anywhere else. When she finds these answers she likes to spread the knowledge to others seeking help. She is always looking for outlets to share her information, therefore she occasionally has her content published on different websites and blogs. Even though she doesn’t...

This is a guest post written by Rachael Gallows. Rachael is the epic educator behind The Experienced Graduate. She provides free resources for parents of teens that are struggling in school. Rachael believes every teen has the capability to earn academic success on their own. You can connect with Rachael through Facebook or Twitter. For many parents, academic struggles are an everyday part of life for their children with ADHD. Regular classroom learning becomes difficult,...

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