Parents of ADHD children can improve their child’s behavior by following a few simple tips for successful parenting the ADHD child or teen.
Most parents will quickly tell you what they consider an absolute truth: “Parenting a child with ADHD is difficult at the least and sometimes seemingly almost impossible.”
ADHD behavior can be made worse by parents interfering with the child’s natural social, ethical, and moral education.
To make my point, let’s take a look at an actual ADHD case… Greg…
About twice a month, I interview parents of an ADHD child or teen who are literally at the end of their proverbial rope-are ready to give up their child for adoption-or are so frustrated with all of the child’s behavior problems that they’re ready to send him or her off to military school. Or even worse, they feel guilty-yes they feel as if they have let their child down-as if they haven’t been good parents-haven’t done the right things while raising their ADHD kid… Read the rest.
Sometimes, the guilt they feel is actually so severe that they regret having the child in the first place. We refer to this as parental remorse and it can destroy a family