Fourteen Traits of a Adult Child of an Alcoholic and Dysfunctional Family

I never had a relationship with a anyone who was a child of a Alcoholic and highly dysfunctional family in my life. However, one of my good friends has a girlfriend who was raised in such a family He tells me he loves this woman, however his experiences is none that he has been through... Continue Reading →

Seven Tips To Calming Your Child’s Anxiety Attacks

She’s trembling, she can’t breathe, and she’s hyperventilating, all at the same time. She panics, you panic. Welcome to the world of anxiety attacks. They can come on suddenly and without warning to people who suffer from anxiety. We went to a Medical Professional and he prescribed some medications which have helped. Not being a big... Continue Reading →

The Most Popular ADHD Medications Broken Down

What’s the difference between Adderall and Concerta? Ritalin and Vyvanse? Strattera and Intuniv? All of these ADHD medications can be used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children and adults, but they vary widely in dosage, method of delivery, and duration of effects. Treatment for attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) has advanced by... Continue Reading →

Facts, Fiction and ADHD What You Can Do About Adhd Beginning in the Next 3 Minutes

Talk about your treatment targets and think of a strategy to handle problem scenarios once your kid is off medication. The medication may not operate at first. Medications are often helpful in managing many symptoms, but not all of them. Knowing the available medications will help you decide on the ideal treatment choice for you... Continue Reading →

ADHD Not Just A Childs Disorder

Adult ADHD Overview Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a relatively common, frequently unrecognized condition. It impacts 4.4 percentile of U.S. adults, but most adults who have ADHD reside with the symptoms and endure the often-devastating ramifications of ADHD in their own lives without identifying the source of their struggles. Rather, their issues are... Continue Reading →

Don’t forget the kids, it’s more than a roof over your head and food on the table

This is the first in a series of the importance of good parenting, and how everything starts at the home. Something we seem to have forgotton today. Instead we prefer to blame others, namely teachers Do you have a best friend? Where you did everything together, knew everything about them and stayed up to five... Continue Reading →

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