“Everything Moms Need To Know
About Successfully Parenting
The Challenges Of ADHD
And 21st Century Life
The truth is, although medicine and society’s understanding of special needs has come a long way in the last forty years, the 21st century seems to have brought even more parenting challenges – not solved them!
ADHD or not, kids still need guidance and patience – but many moms have heavy-duty challenges like working outside the home while still needing to fulfill their children’s special needs.
How do you find patience with a child who can be 10 times as demanding?
(And you simply can’t believe there’s a problem with that teacher, yet again!)
You wish someone could tell you, once and for all:
Where to go for the right help – and how to get it
Where that medical professional of yours is coming from – and how to reach him
How to find effective supports and resources – instantly, when you need them
How not to offend your child’s teacher – while still letting them know what needs to be in place to keep your child safe
How to communicate more effectively – and without misplaced “guilt”
“If Only I’d Known Where To Go
To Get The Help My Child Really Needs…”
There are more than 50 conditions with symptoms that can mimic ADHD – and once diagnosis has been confirmed, you quickly find out there are many conditions that can accompany it. How do you find out, once and for all, which ones are affecting your child?
And once you have found out, how do you make sure your child is getting the best treatment – and the best non-medical supports?
You need an easy and quick way to uncover:
- 3 essential criteria that must be present for any ADHD diagnosis to be accurate
- 4 conditions that must be met to achieve success with a management plan
- 3 questions you need to ask, to keep your child safe and secure
- The one highly-praised habit of modern parenting that will drastically work against you
- 9 signs that should be switching on on your “red alert” button
- 4 everyday “approved” tactics that just don’t work
Hopefully, you haven’t yet had people try to tell you ADHD doesn’t exist. You don’t have to face disapproval, along with well-meaning but ill-informed suggestions.
And most likely, you’ve already learned to be assertive. As the mother of an ADHD child, that isn’t one of your problems.
But whether you have reached that stage or haven’t, there are still important facts you’d like to know.
(And some you may not even be aware of!):
The “3 C’s” – a mother’s most important tips for ADHD harmony.
A simple method for reinforcing positive behavior that can quickly improve everyone’s mood!
The 3 most common mistakes 99% of parents with ADHD children make
Success At School – How To Get It
And If School Is The Best Option
School for an ADHD child can be a whole different ball game.
(The only problem is – you know it isn’t a game at all)
It’s your ADHD child’s future and happiness that are entirely at stake here!
It’s not enough just to go along with what they tell you, or put up with less than full support.
(Though I really do hope that isn’t your child’s particular problem!)
If you’ve ever been surprised and frustrated at teachers who don’t understand you or your child… who don’t seem to realize you’re only trying to make sure your child succeeds in school … you may be especially interested in learning more about:
- The single most proven method of starting out on the right foot with this year’s new teacher
- The single most important step you can take to dramatically increase your child’s chances of receiving the school supports they need most
- The single most foolproof gesture that can turn a hostile teacher into your child’s best champion and ally
- Clear communication is the key. (And that’s not even one -or two – of our “3 C’s”!)
Isn’t It Time For A Common-Sense Look At What ADHD Does To Families?
In conducting research for my Special Report, ADHD And What Moms Need To Know, I quickly discovered shockingly common problems that are simply still not being addressed.
Not by the schools.
Not by the teachers. Or the educational system.
Or even by doctors.
In fact, no one seems to care at all.
This isn’t something I’m making up, the way journalists inflate sensationalist statements. And it’s certainly not just my personal opinion.
It’s what I’ve been told by moms exactly like you.
Ones who have learned the hard way – and who want to make sure you don’t learn too little, too late, about what you really needed to know “yesterday!”
Read Maxine’s story to find out why she became a legend in her home town for bad behaviour – and why there was no help until it was almost too late.
And why she was determined her own daughter shouldn’t suffer the same fate.
Learn how to deal with criticism from those who simply don’t understand. (And sometimes, unfortunately, the members of our own extended family are our biggest critics!)
What To Do When You Don’t Know
What Needs To Be Done Next
What would you rather do right now?
Read a 256-page book filled with facts regurgitated from studies not meant for ordinary everyday people?
Read multiple books stuffed with facts that might be nice to know (if you ever really had time to read!)
Read horror stories about ADHD cases that scare you silly and create anxiety?
Sit down with a cup of coffee in a quiet moment and read my simple but tip-packed, 40-page Special Report, ADHD And What Moms Need To Know?
I guarantee you’ll learn more tips in one coffee break than you could glean from a dozen library books in as many weeks.
You see, I’ve used my years of targeted writing and editing experience to strip away the heavy stuff you usually find in books about medical disorders.
I’ve cut out the scholarly pontificating, confusing data and dry language while doing my best to give you a practical, easy-to-read resource you can use as a handy “key tool”.
One to point you to the right resources and clues about what you might need to do next.
No more “now where did I read that?” – help is just one click away
My special report, ADHD And What Moms Need To Know, makes it simple for you to refer to it quickly – and it’s jam-packed with useful links you can instantly access.
A whole heap of resources stored in one easy-to-remember place
For every situation.
On every occasion.
ADHD And What Moms Need To Know deals with everyday problems that parents of ADHD kids have to face.
So why read a pile of library books (discovering two thirds of them don’t contain anything relevant to today’s challenges at all)?
Why read through scientific papers that may leave you feeling even more confused and unheard?
Learn where to go for real answers in my 30-page Special Report, ADHD And What Moms Need To Know today.
ADHD And What Moms Need To Know has broken it all down into:
Common problems for parents of ADHD kids – and solutions that other moms say work best
How to get the most out of your health care professionals – by knowing exactly where they’re coming from.
The pitfalls of micro-managing your child – and how to stop doing it
How to become your child’s best advocate – even if you’ve never done it before and don’t know where to start
Where to go for help – and how to get it
6 classroom strategies designed to set you and your child up for success
6 common sense, easy parenting tips proven to work when parenting ADHD children
And there’s more I manage to pack in.
For those new to ADHD, I de-mystify popular jargon – and warn about the pitfalls of getting too comfortable with it.
You’ll learn how to cope with unfortunately all-too-common parental guilt (though I’m hoping you actually don’t have any!)
And I tip you off to special factors that can affect your child’s diagnosis.
(And while you’re at it, stop beating yourself up for not getting through all those library books! They’re not really necessary – unless you have a PhD, of course).
What you need now are practical strategies your whole family can use straight away.
Are you ready to help yourself make an easy change for the better today by investing in my Special Report – based on the wisdom of other ADHD moms (and tried-and-true methods and resources)?
If your answer is “Yes”, set yourself up for relief and increased success in your home life right now now by investing in the simple but effective secrets of ADHD And What Moms Need To Know.
After all, the only thing you’ve got to lose is constant anxiety – and all those hours of time scheduled for further reading!