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2 days ago

ADHD Wise UK

Love this! Daddy passing his creativity on and having quality time with his boy in the process.
And it’s important to tell your young ones that their options are wide and varied.
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5 days ago

ADHD Wise UK

The kind of thing those of us with ADHD would do. I did this at until I did it one too many times and now have a strategy to avoid it.

So my question is, do non ADHD people do this too?Wife sent me this picture this morning, she says if I leave her car at this fuel level again I’m not allowed to drive it! 😂😆
I’d say I got home just in time from Leamington Spa and left her 1 mile to her to the petrol station (which is only 0.5 miles away). Gentleman!
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1 week ago

ADHD Wise UK

This is my stepson Mitch (25 with #ADHD) and his German Shepherd Joey.
Today Mitch (Titch to me) heard that he got a 1st class honours degree in Sports Science.
During those 3 years, he has also built up his own PT business to such an extent that he and his fiancé Megan have been able to buy their first home. Raising and training Joey has been no small task either!

This boy (I know he is a man, but he’ll always be my boy) is a grafter. He is all or nothing. He can do anything he puts his mind to and do it ridiculously well. Academia has been a challenge. Not because of the learning or the work, but because of the deadlines and the boring stuff! Mitch needs to find a reason to do something other than because someone else says he should. He had to keep his goal in mind and use that to push him through. He didn’t just get through it! He aced it and we couldn’t be more proud and impressed.

Mitch had many of the ups and downs that would typically be associated with a young man growing up with ADHD. It’s been no picnic. The ups were brilliant and the downs were messy. But here we are! #proudmama

As role models go, I reckon he’s a good one!
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2 weeks ago

ADHD Wise UK

What anxiety looks like in children.Childrens anxiety can present in a numbers of ways and because they are often unable to explain how they feel, it can be hard for parents to unpick exactly what is going on for a child 😢
Sensory processing difficulties can often cause children increased anxiety especially if they are over sensitive to any sensations that they experience .
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