Today, a story was posted on the National Post’s website that had me so upset I felt the need to contact their Editor-in-Chief, Stephen Meurice. George Jonas wrote about his take on ADHD and shared, “These days, if a boy fidgets, pays no attention when people talk to him, and tries to get out of doing [...]
I always loved this quote, by William W. Purkey:
“Dance like no one is watching. Love like you’ll never be hurt. Sing like no one is listening. Live like it’s heaven on earth.”
What would YOU do, if no one else was there to judge you? What [...]
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Bullying of any type is unacceptable. Some children feel so alone in the world that they feel their only option is ending their lives. It needs to stop. Things need to change.
We need to teach our children how to respect [...]
“Donovan is such a great kid. I’m not sure I believe he has ADHD.”
When I first heard the comment, I was pleased. If people don’t see Donovan’s ADHD symptoms, then that means we’re doing a great job of controlling it. Right?
Unfortunately though, this comment simply opened the door for more. Suddenly, someone who [...]
Dear Lindsay Lohan,
I have done to you, what I hope others never do to my son. I have watched your struggle and judged your actions. Actions that are likely related (at least in part) to your ADHD. For this, I am sorry.
In the last few years, you’ve behaved badly. I don’t know [...]
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