ADHD: YOU CAN HELP YOUR CHILD--OR YOURSELF--COPE WITH IT!
It's Not A Life Sentence!
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is becoming one of the most diagnosed disorders among children and even adults these days. Many years ago, the acronym ADHD was virtually unheard of. When you get the word that you or your child has ADHD, you might feel overwhelmed wondering where you can turn for information on how to deal with this new thing in your life.
We can understand! That's exactly why this might be the MOST IMPORTANT letter you've ever read.
There have been as many as 750,000 children in America diagnosed with ADHD. Some say the actual number is much, much higher. Adults who are being diagnosed have probably been suffering with the disorder for years without being able to put a "finger" on what exactly has made them act the way they do.
With an ADHD child or adult, the first thing to do is to gather as much information as you possibly can. It's imperative that you understand what ADHD is, what the symptoms are, and how to deal with those symptoms.
We Have That Information You Are Looking For!
ADHD is NOT a disease. It is not an incurable illness. ADHD is a disorder that can be controlled and dealt with in positive, healthy ways. But in order to effectively control the behaviors that accompany ADHD, you need to know what exactly you are dealing with.
Our new e-book, Coping With ADHD, is the answer to your prayers! There is a lot of information out there that can help you, but if you have an ADHD person in your life, chances are pretty good that you don't have time to go looking for what you need.
The truth is that you want the very best for your child. But you worry about him or her because they don't glide through school effortlessly and they have tough times with things like following directions and sitting still. The adult with ADHD has problems finishing projects and paying attention when they should be.
"I've loved Lucas from the day he was born. Everything seemed fine until he went to school. That's when all the troubles started. No one could tell me why he was doing so poorly. I got tired of getting the phone calls from his teacher. Lucas kept telling me he was doing the best he could. I didn't know where to turn or even whether to believe him."
-- Alicia from Missouri
Both children and adults with ADHD can thrive--when you have techniques and tips that can help you conquer the symptoms and overcome. What's The secret? It starts with one universal thought that is an incredible truth--hear it and believe it! Every single person with ADHD has hidden talents and skills that he or she isn't using nearly as powerfully as they can. So why is it so difficult to find those talents?
So very often, success goes hand and hand with education. But general education teachers are pretty well trained to deliver information to students who will sit still and listen. Kids with ADHD simply cannot do this, so they miss out on what their peers are receiving simply because they don't have ADHD.
But There Is Help!