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Calm Your Hyperactive Child by Dr. Sabina Dosani

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Complimentary therapy

Children with ADHD receive fewer compliments and more criticism than other kids. You don’t have to be a specialist to realise that this will leave them feeling bad about themselves.

There are some simple things you can do to redress the balance and lessen the effects of frequent disapproval.

Kids with ADHD often disconnect what is happening now with what happened in the past. For instance, a boy with ADHD may not connect having his leg in plaster for two months last time he jumped off the roof with feeling like playing Spiderman again this evening. Or you might have noticed that your daughter doesn’t readily make the connection between sitting down and doing this evening’s homework and her end of term school report. ...

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