Living with ADHD is not easy for your child. Understanding a child with ADHD is not easy for a parent, either. But your focus needs to remain on making life easier for your child and helping them to succeed in spite of their differences. Here are four ways you can do just that.
1. Listen to their concerns and needs.
Your child is the one with the condition, so it's important that you let them be involved in their own care and that you listen to their own concerns and needs about that care.
An unexpected pregnancy not only disrupts your life, but it can also cause a lot of feelings among the people who care for you, like your parents, siblings, or close friends. Learning that you've decided to put your baby up for adoption can also come as something of a shock. It's normal to be concerned about how this news will be received by the people in your life. Take a look at some tips that can help you talk to your family and loved ones about your adoption plan.