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ADHD Done Differently Blog Posts

Why it’s ok to fail as a parent
I am failing as a mother. These words enter my head a lot. According to research, I am not alone. Research has found that parents of children with ADHD have significantly higher stress levels and feel less competent than their …
Dear Mum with a child with ADHD. I see you.
Dear Mum with a child (or children) with ADHD, You are incredible. I don’t say this lightly. I, too, am a Mum of children with ADHD. I know what it is like to lock myself in my wardrobe because I …
After the ADHD Diagnosis
Do you ever feel that your reaction to getting an ADHD diagnosis for your child or adolescent was “wrong?” You will be incredibly pleased to know that there is no right or wrong way to react to getting an ADHD …


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