“Parenting is challenging under normal circumstances. Throw in a behavioral disorder such as ADHD and it can become downright herculean. 💪 💪 💪
On any given day, parents of children with ADHD could be dealing with meltdowns, hyperactivity, concerned calls from teachers, and trying to stay on top of medication schedules. To say it can be overwhelming is a huge understatement. It can also be incredibly isolating.” – from a recent seekerstime article
Can you relate?
When my son’s ADHD symptoms were at their worst, I certainly could!
I felt so alone. It seemed like everyone else had their lives together, and ours was a total mess.
One of the reasons I created my ADHD program the way I did is so that people can have what I didn’t.
I needed support and community but couldn’t find any at the time.
I don’t want anyone else to have to feel alone like I did.
That’s why when I saw this Facebook post a few weeks ago, it brought tears to my eyes:
You really don’t have to go it alone. My team and I would be honored to walk with you through this journey.
P.S. Want to read the rest of the article I mentioned above? Check it out here: Why Community Is So Important for Parents of Children with ADHD
And as always, I am not a medical doctor and the above post is based on my experience. No information on this site should be relied upon to make a medical diagnosis, treat, prevent or cure any disease or medical condition.