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Name: Toni
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Please any tips on dealing with children who have ADHA? i dont want to give my son medication as i think he is to young and the long term effects are unknown, but really need some help on how to deal with him?
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Name: mybonkerslife | Date: Aug 2nd, 2011 4:38 PM
google 1-2-3 magic--behavior course,my son adhd and on meds but this has helped loads..goodluck 

Name: ive | Date: Aug 3rd, 2011 6:17 AM
hi am neew 

Name: ros | Date: Mar 26th, 2013 8:27 PM
my son as adhd too never wonted him to take drugs he also is only 7 years old to we decided to give it ago and its the best thing i ever done it started them 3 weeks ago as improved so much in school 

Name: Jessica | Date: Mar 27th, 2013 4:23 PM
I am new to dealing with a child with Adhd and I feel I am failing my son as a parent. I feel like I am going crazy. What can I do to make this Journey easier. 

Name: Frances | Date: Mar 31st, 2013 10:03 PM
I feel exactly the same my 6 year old has been picked up in school as having it and even though deep down I knew it I didn't want to accept it. He's getting bullied for it and he's so loving but totally unaware of personal space or appropriate behaviour I feel so sad for him because he's always in trouble 

Name: Kimberly l | Date: Apr 4th, 2013 4:58 PM
IM a parent that has a 8yr old son with adhd my son and I have been thru alot I posted some comments on does ur child take concerta n shared my experience if u would like to read it. IM a mom that has been there done it and still doing it but it does get better. 

Name: LIn | Date: May 25th, 2013 11:26 PM
I haave a 7 year old with ADHD and I have just recently started doing something different that I just had to spread the word it has helped a lot. FIsrt tell him exactly what you want form him for example: "We are going in hear and you and not to ask for one thing and keep ahold of my hand the entire time then if you do I will " now you finish that sentence do something nice or get him something your choice. And the second thing I have started is to put the crime before the time. For Example" Say your son was climbing someone's else's fence for the 100'th time instead of saying you can not go down there any more today because you climb on that fence say " You were climbing that fence now you know you can not go back down there" This throws the blame on them and takes it off of you . This way they learn to be mad at them selves.

These things are small but they seem to have really helped me 

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