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ADHD is an invisible handicap - one that most parents are uncomfortable to mention or discuss, because of the many misconceptions that surround this childhood condition. Many people refuse to believe that there is something like ADHD and end up ridiculing and humiliating parents of ADHD children. Special needs children's parents are often told that they are bad parents, an ADHD is an invisible handicap - one that most parents are uncomfortable to mention or discuss, because of the many misconceptions that surround this childhood condition. Many people refuse to believe that there is something like ADHD and end up ridiculing and humiliating parents of ADHD children. Special needs children's parents are often told that they are bad parents, and that's the reason their children have special needs. Nothing could be further from the truth! I have often come across many parents who have children with special needs, and they struggle to handle the problems and difficulties that arise. ADHD is an invisible handicap which can be life changing for a family. Raising my ADHD son taught me many invaluable lessons which I am keen to share with other parents to help them equip their child for life in an unkind world when the parents are no longer around to take care of them and guide them every step of the way. In this book I have mentioned several actual incidents that happened in my son's life, what I learnt from those incidents, and have mentioned how such situations can be handled or dealt with. All ADHD children don't necessarily display the same traits - but there are several commonalities; the way they may react to certain people, situations, happenings - can be pretty similar. Parents will find this book useful as another tool in their kitty that will help them help their ADHD child. ADHD has nothing to do with intelligence - many ADHD children are extremely gifted; some may be average, and others below average. ADHD is about being 'different'. The best quote on ADHD is: 'A child with ADHD in a room full of non-ADHD children is like a Mac computer in a lab full of Windows computers - they are just programmed differently'! I love this quote, because it hits the nail on the head. ADHD children do have emotional imbalance and are short tempered, impulsive, and often inappropriate - they tend to blurt out anything anywhere. Basically, parents of ADHD children first need guidance and counseling, to learn how to guide their children. I was fortunate enough to have got this guidance from my son's first doctor. Some things I picked up myself along the way; some I got from other moms like me. Writing a book was a natural thing for me to do as I am a writer and blogger - I have been a content developer for over 10 years now. I sincerely hope reading this book gives you valuable insights and helps you help your child be a successful part of the society by making meaningful contributions. This is the first book in a series; my second book, talking about the challenges faced by children with ADHD and their parents, when the children are in the ages 6 to 11, will soon follow.


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ADHD is an invisible handicap - one that most parents are uncomfortable to mention or discuss, because of the many misconceptions that surround this childhood condition. Many people refuse to believe that there is something like ADHD and end up ridiculing and humiliating parents of ADHD children. Special needs children's parents are often told that they are bad parents, an ADHD is an invisible handicap - one that most parents are uncomfortable to mention or discuss, because of the many misconceptions that surround this childhood condition. Many people refuse to believe that there is something like ADHD and end up ridiculing and humiliating parents of ADHD children. Special needs children's parents are often told that they are bad parents, and that's the reason their children have special needs. Nothing could be further from the truth! I have often come across many parents who have children with special needs, and they struggle to handle the problems and difficulties that arise. ADHD is an invisible handicap which can be life changing for a family. Raising my ADHD son taught me many invaluable lessons which I am keen to share with other parents to help them equip their child for life in an unkind world when the parents are no longer around to take care of them and guide them every step of the way. In this book I have mentioned several actual incidents that happened in my son's life, what I learnt from those incidents, and have mentioned how such situations can be handled or dealt with. All ADHD children don't necessarily display the same traits - but there are several commonalities; the way they may react to certain people, situations, happenings - can be pretty similar. Parents will find this book useful as another tool in their kitty that will help them help their ADHD child. ADHD has nothing to do with intelligence - many ADHD children are extremely gifted; some may be average, and others below average. ADHD is about being 'different'. The best quote on ADHD is: 'A child with ADHD in a room full of non-ADHD children is like a Mac computer in a lab full of Windows computers - they are just programmed differently'! I love this quote, because it hits the nail on the head. ADHD children do have emotional imbalance and are short tempered, impulsive, and often inappropriate - they tend to blurt out anything anywhere. Basically, parents of ADHD children first need guidance and counseling, to learn how to guide their children. I was fortunate enough to have got this guidance from my son's first doctor. Some things I picked up myself along the way; some I got from other moms like me. Writing a book was a natural thing for me to do as I am a writer and blogger - I have been a content developer for over 10 years now. I sincerely hope reading this book gives you valuable insights and helps you help your child be a successful part of the society by making meaningful contributions. This is the first book in a series; my second book, talking about the challenges faced by children with ADHD and their parents, when the children are in the ages 6 to 11, will soon follow.

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