It happened again. Tonight when you went to take your daughter’s phone for the evening, she argued with you. Even though, you’ve had this conversation for the millionth time yesterday, she pushed back again today. Exasperated by her lack of recall and self-control and expecting … Continue reading Frustrated by Inconsistent Progress? Change Your Expectations and Nurture Efforting
Month: September 2019
Manage big feelings better: Reduce triggers by noticing bodily signals
For kids with ADHD, managing intense emotions can be extra tough. In the heat of the moment, it’s hard for any of us to hold it together and act the way we’d like to. Breathing techniques, calming phrases or taking a walk are great options … Continue reading Manage big feelings better: Reduce triggers by noticing bodily signals
Negative Assumptions about Students with Disabilities
Yes, we are all more than our diagnosis, but negative assumptions about students with disabilities run rampant in our culture. Often kids with learning disabilities are seen as less intelligent or competent by peers or adults. Sadly, they may begin to believe that they are … Continue reading Negative Assumptions about Students with Disabilities
Teen Hormones and the ADHD brain? Helping Kids in Transition
As they enter adolescence, boys and girls with ADHD may not be able to articulate what is swirling around inside of them. Quick to react and then make inappropriate choices, they may not be aware of what triggers them or how to manage themselves differently. … Continue reading Teen Hormones and the ADHD brain? Helping Kids in Transition
Psychology Today: You’ve Got A Job—Now What?
When you’ve landed a steady job, whether it’s full or part-time, it’s very exciting to make and have your own money. Managing that money, though, can often be challenging. Learn how to manage your money effectively. Click logo below to read more.
22 News Mass Appeal: Four parenting tips to help students have a successful school year
Many kids, especially those with learning challenges, may need extra support navigating the shift back to school. Dr. Sharon Saline offers four tips to help get kids off on the right foot. Click logo below to read more.
Yakima Herald: ‘Back to School’ Books for Parents
Dr. Sharon Saline’s book What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew was listed on Yakima Herald’s “Back to School” booklist for parents! Click logo below to read more.
22 News Mass Appeal: Three Reasons Why Pets are Good for Kids
Dr. Sharon Saline spoke to Danny New of Mass Appeal about three reasons why pets are good for kids for Pet Week! Click logo below to read more.