ADHD Parenting: A Beginner’s Guide on Raising Boys with ADHD: Mindfulness Strategies and Modern Techniques for Parents: Make ADHD Boys Feel Loved And Supported

You’ve tried everything you’ve read to help your BOY manage ADHD and stay on track, but you still have trouble with the basics, like getting him to do his homework, getting him to help around the house, getting him to soccer practice on time, and getting along with him without constant arguments. Problems associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can make life difficult for anyone, butyoung boys who are trying to meet the demands of home, school, and society might feel particularly overwhelmed. Through excellent parenting tactics, study skills, diet, exercise, sleep, and more, Dr. Churchill will guide you on a highly practical journey to capitalize on the particular characteristics of ADHD. Boys can have an optimistic outlook on their ADHD with the help of the appropriate resources. This ADHD guide for boys is packed with simple activities to help your child with the many aspects of ADHD, such as self-control and organization, getting jobs done, and making friends, so that they can thrive in all aspects of their life. As they develop their individual skills, children will learn to change their perspective on ADHD. Your boy will acquire insight into himself, his ADHD, and the simple things he can do to feel more confident and in control with the help of this guide, which takes a strength-based approach and includes enjoyable exercises that engage his active mind. The majority of parents of ADHD boys might use some assistance in dealing with the difficulties they face. It’s frustrating to see your energetic and intelligent son struggle, especially if you don’t have any strategies to help him succeed. This book will show you how to help your son make the most of his ADHD by focusing on his strengths rather than his weaknesses. In addition, it gives parents a sense of optimism and support. Click the “Add to Cart” button up if you’re ready to educate your son about ADHD and teach him how to manage his behaviors.

Meet Eunice Churchill

Eunice Churchill, a seasoned psychologist, offers a roadmap to long-term success through collaboration, using the words and inner battles of children living with Special Needs. Based on her more than 25 years of experience counseling young people and their families, Dr. Churchill’s guidance demonstrates how parents can change the dynamic and actually help their children to achieve.