Handout for parents of children and teens with ADHD
How you can reduce your frustration, manage intense feelings and live with more contentment
Everybody struggles with those moments when a switch has flipped and suddenly there’s a bubbling volcano of angry, negative emotions inside of you waiting to erupt. Before you know what’s happening, you say or do things that you’ll surely regret later, but can’t stop.
For folks living with ADHD, these incidents seem to occur more often and more intensely than for people with neurotypical brains. It can be a frustrating and often shameful way to live, with relationships or work negatively affected.