ADHD - Raising an Explosive Child: Positive Parenting Strategies to Understand the Complexity of Your Child’s Developing Mind. Learn Emotional Control Strategies to Help Your Child Self-Regulate (Unabridged) ADHD - Raising an Explosive Child: Positive Parenting Strategies to Understand the Complexity of Your Child’s Developing Mind. Learn Emotional Control Strategies to Help Your Child Self-Regulate (Unabridged)

ADHD - Raising an Explosive Child: Positive Parenting Strategies to Understand the Complexity of Your Child’s Developing Mind. Learn Emotional Control Strategies to Help Your Child Self-Regulate (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) affects nearly one in ten children. Yet, many parents do not recognize the symptoms in their child and continue to struggle with managing their child. Other parents have had their child diagnosed with ADHD but are unsure what they can do to help. If you are like this, there's a new book that can dramatically change your life. ADHD: Raising an Explosive Child by Olivia I. Thigpen guides parents who need help understanding and supervising their child diagnosed with ADHD.

In the book, you will first learn how to recognize symptoms of the disorder and how to get your child properly evaluated by a pediatrician, psychiatrist, or psychologist. The three major types of ADHD are:

Primarily inattentive
Primarily hyperactive and impulsive
A combination


Thigpen then takes you through the next steps in setting up and implementing an effective treatment plan. You will find common sense positive-parenting strategies for managing your child. Thigpen points out why you are not at fault for your child's ADHD symptoms. There is no evidence to support that bad parenting causes ADHD.

She has organized the book so parents can use it as a reference. It describes the major childhood developmental stages and how ADHD symptoms will evolve. A chapter is devoted to understanding and managing this age group if you are parenting a toddler or preschooler.

You will also find extensive discussion of drug use, its efficacy, and its potential side effects. The book details how stimulants and non-stimulants are used to treat ADHD and the controversy over the years about overmedication.

ADHD in a developing child presents a host of complex challenges for parents. If you are a parent seeking help with this, this is the book for you.

GENRE
Self-Development
NARRATOR
SML
Sheila Mc. Ley
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
03:52
hr min
RELEASED
2023
March 10
PUBLISHER
Digital Mind
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
SIZE
201.6
MB