Kids can be very loud and noisy while fighting with each other. There would be shouting, crying and physical fight, for sure. Serious fighting with disrespectful words and physical hurting that causes injury among kids is alarming. This is a devastating situation for a family and for parents to witness it among their kids. With that, a parent’s good judgment for action is necessary.
For parents with a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD or ADD), frustrations can be at an all-time high as they can’t control the disorder. But one thing they can control are the symptoms and their triggering factors. How a parent will react to a child with ADHD is also controllable. There are tips on parenting kids with ADHD. All you have to arm yourself with is the patience to make it through the day without having to lose your sanity.
The first part of this blog was about tips on how to minimize the stress of living day to day with an ADHD child at home. Of course, being a parent, you will do anything you can to assist your child, but what are those things that you can do which will have a positive effect on him? There is creating a daily routine, setting rules, keeping your child busy and setting up rewards and consequences. In this last part, more tips will be discussed.