"I've yelled, lectured, threatened, given time-outs, and even spanked—and nothing works!" So, what next? Try catering to your child's specific needs with these positive parenting strategies for kids with ADHD.
by Deborah Carpenter
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Going from Good to Great
Most parents are good parents. But
if your son or daughter has ADHD, "good" may not be enough. To ensure
that your child is happy and well-adjusted now and in the future—and to create
a tranquil home environment—you've got to be agreatparent.
Fortunately, it's easier than you'd imagine to go from good to great. All it takes is a few adjustments
in yourparenting skillsand the way you interact with your child. Here's what
works, and why.