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12 Quotes To Help Parents Managing Children With ADHD Through The Day

These parents of children with ADHD have been through it all. Check out their takes and what the experts have to say about this difficult situation.

Managing Children With ADHD - And 12 Quotes To Help You Through The Day
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It isn't easy to parent a child with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). When the child misbehaves, strangers can feel justified commenting or offering advice.

Even friends and family may criticize a parent's choices. 

These quotes from parents of kids with ADHD will make you rethink parenting.

Mark Griffin, PhD, an Understood.org expert and a former headmaster of a school for kids with learning and attention issues, offers a professional's take on these trying situations.

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1. ADHD is "invisible" to outsiders
1. ADHD is "invisible" to outsiders
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"The hardest thing about ADHD is that it's 'invisible' to outsiders. People just assume that we are not being good parents and that our child is a brat, when they don't have an idea how exhausted we truly are." —S.C.

Dr. Griffin: The signs and symptoms of ADHD aren't always visible, which is why people should pause before drawing conclusions about kids' behaviour. 

 



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