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 know…I know…it’s Wednesday. I choose to focus on the fact that I finished this post, and not on the fact that I am a day late.
So, what do I have for my loyal readers today? (Side note…I HAVE READERS!!! I actually looked at my stats yesterday and saw that there are [...]
Though I like to focus on the strengths that come with ADHD, the reality is I wouldn’t be blogging if it was always smooth sailing, now would I? I promised to be real on here and the reality is that anyone living with ADHD knows that the condition [...]
“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 [...]
I forgot to get Donovan to take his Biphentin this morning when he woke up. Never thought that would happen! What a difference a couple of weeks can make.
For close to a year now, I’ve opened my eyes each morning dreading the start of our day because I never knew what chaos it [...]
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