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Raising Boys with ADHD

Secrets for Parenting Healthy, Happy Sons
Narrated by: James Forgan PhD
Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins
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Written by two professionals who have "been there and done that" with their own sons with ADHD, Raising Boys with ADHD empowers parents to help their sons with ADHD find success in school and beyond. The book covers topics not often found in other parenting guides, such as the preschool years, early diagnosis and strategies for teens transitioning to work and college. Filled with practical knowledge, resources, and tools needed to help parents address the many strengths and challenges of boys with ADHD, this book provides parents with encouragement and hope for the future.

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Really reassuring. Well structured. Helpful plans and and strategies to implement. Highly recomend it x

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This book is a description of different behaviors and characteristics of boys with ADHD and, sometimes, more resources for helping parents of boys with ADHD. I did not find that it included very many tips or ideas or suggestions on how to help raise boys with ADHD or how to best interact with them or how to best help them learn life skills for being part of society. Instead, it was a description of what we as parents deal with - I already know that!

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