As a parent of a neurodivergent child with ADHD, you might struggle with understanding symptoms of ADHD and negativity. It seems like you’re constantly catching your child or teen with a negative attitude. It’s ‘No’ to this and ‘No’ to that! You might wonder if … Continue reading ADHD and Negativity: Why ADHD kids and teens say “No” and how to help them communicate
Growing, learning and exploring gender and sexuality Neurodiverse and neurotypical children, teenagers, and young adults are constantly questioning things. As their brain develops, they learn more about themselves and the world around them. Therefore, it’s natural for them to be inquisitive. Part of this curiosity … Continue reading Gender, Sexuality and ADHD: Parenting Children and Youth with ADHD Exploring Their Gender and Sexual Identity
As a father with ADHD, you know firsthand what your neurodivergent child or teen lives with every day. Because boys are more likely than girls to be hyperactive or impulsive, ADHD in boys is often displayed and diagnosed earlier and more often. But you may … Continue reading Dads with ADHD: How to use your unique strengths to assist your kids
A Covid-vaccinated summer is finally here! What a beautiful season, especially for families who can spend a little more time together without all of the classes, extracurricular activities, and other school year obligations. It’s a time of year that people get to feel relaxed and … Continue reading Kick off the Summer with 6 Easy Strategies for Better Living with ADHD
Let’s face it: the past 18 months have been rough. For kids and adults living with ADHD, there’s been more challenges than ever managing disappointment, frustration and anxiety. As we transition to a new normal, it’s worth learning from those struggles and angry outbursts that … Continue reading ADHD and Anger in the Family: Manage Outbursts with STOP-THINK-ACT
(Mass Appeal) – If you’re a parent of teens, or have been, then you know communicating with them can be difficult. Questions are answered with one word responses, if at all. But there is a way to get your teen to open up. Clinical psychologist … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Talking with your teen, getting them to open up
It’s natural and healthy for children, teens, and young adults to explore gender identity along with other aspects of identity. When the child has ADHD, the unique facets of this condition can influence that process. Here, understand the intersection of neurodiversity and gender diversity, and … Continue reading ADDitude Mag | When Children with ADHD Explore Gender Identity: A Guide for Parents
How to be a good mom with ADHD: be kind (to yourself and others), be accountable, prioritize your own health and happiness, and value connections over solutions. Click the logo below to read the article.
Do you ever feel so devastated by the criticism from a friend, teacher, boss, relative, or co-worker that you keep repeating what they said to you over and over? Is it really tough for you to rebound after feeling left out by your friends or … Continue reading Psychology Today: ADHD and Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria
Dr. Sharon Saline received the Best Video Award at the Scitech Central 18th World Seminar on Covid-19 and Vaccinations! Watch Dr. Saline’s full video & all of the seminar presentations here. “Thriving in the New Normal: How COVID-19 has Affected Neurodiverse, Alternative Learners and Their … Continue reading SciTech Central 18th World Seminar: Best Video Award!