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Using Your Teen’s Love Language to Break the Cycle of Frustration

Using Your Teen’s Love Language to Break the Cycle of Frustration

Using Your Teen’s Love Language to Break the Cycle of FrustrationDo you know your teen’s love language? My oldest son’s love language is acts of service (more specifically, when things are made neat and tidy for him).Now, my kids do their chores. It’s their...

The Dark Side of ADHD Has a Bright Side

The Dark Side of ADHD Has a Bright Side

The Dark Side of ADHD Has a Bright SideI know, I talk a lot about the “small” problems – messy bedrooms, missed chores, trouble getting teens to sleep… At LovingGrADDitude, I like to focus on the positive aspects of ADHD. We hear so much negative everywhere else that...

It’s Called Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

It’s Called Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

It’s Called Revenge Bedtime ProcrastinationThe CDC says that teenagers ages 13-18 should sleep 8-10 hours every night.  Their bodies (and brains) need it.  So why don’t they go to sleep?!  Sleep defiance is a constant worry for parents of teens with ADHD because we...

Teenagers who love spring cleaning

Teenagers who love spring cleaning

Teenagers who love spring cleaningThere’s just something about April that makes you want to do some spring cleaning… I’ve been taking walks and finding more space in my schedule this month, going a little lighter on social media, and giving my teenagers more ownership...

Kelly is Marked SAFE from Chaos

Kelly is Marked SAFE from Chaos

Kelly is Marked SAFE from ChaosIt’s been a month, hasn’t it? It seems like no matter where you live right now, there is some kind of hardship happening. For me, all the crazy outside gets me really grateful for the haven we’ve created inside our home with our sons....

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My academic  year-long coaching program covers all your high schooler needs to advocate, understand and manage ADHD.  I am an accountability partner with not only your teen but  you as well!  My goal is for your stress as a parent to decrease and your teen’s confidence in their academic and home life to increase.