In today’s world, where bad news travels the globe in seconds online, people seem more anxious than ever. Read Worried and Preoccupied: Five Ways You Can Reduce Anxiety and Live More Confidently (June 2018)
AttentionTalk Radio: ADHD Tips– The Relationship Between Worry and Anxiety Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can be stressful, create a lot of anxiety, and lead to worry. In this episode of Attention talk Radio, attention and ADHD coach Jeff Copper (http://digcoaching.com) interviews Dr. Sharon Saline (http://drsharonsaline.com) … Continue reading AttentionTalk Radio: ADHD Tips– The Relationship Between Worry and Anxiety
It’s a unique time in world and American history. For the first time we’re basically putting the world on hold to combat the Coronavirus. Schools are closed and many are having to work from home. This is a challenge for everyone but especially for those … Continue reading AttentionTalk Radio: ADHD & COVID-19––Managing Work and Kids at Home
According to Dr. Saline, anxiety is a physiological response to worry. The primitive part of the brain gets frightened – as if there’s a tiger at the door of the cave. Once triggered, the amygdala takes over the brain with a basic response: fight or … Continue reading ImpactADHD: Fostering Resilience for Kids with Anxiety
Could the loss of a loved one spark emotional outbursts and runaway anxiety attacks in a tween with ADHD? Dear Teen Parenting Coach Dr. Sharon Saline explains how puberty can exacerbate poor emotional regulation, and how parents can help children struggling with scary and overpowering … Continue reading ADDitude Magazine: How Can We Teach Our Emotional, Anxious Tween to Calm Herself?
This month’s blog is actually an interview that I had with the team at ImpactADHD. com. It focuses on building resilience and competency as a way to help ADHD kids manage their anxiety. Check it out! http://impactadhd.com/manage-emotions-and-impulses/kids-with-anxiety/
Everybody needs reminders sometimes. Children and teens with ADHD seem to need more reminders than other youngsters and often feel like they are being nagged. Technology, although a frequent source of distraction, can be extremely helpful in providing kids with ADHD the cues they need … Continue reading Using Technology as Friend Not Foe