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Passion’s Purpose Part 3: Passion’s Pitfalls Episode 15

Your children’s passion will unfold their destiny if you avoid the three pitfalls and learn to support. The 3 pitfalls to avoid are: don’t feed an addiction, empower rather than enable and let your child attempt the impossible. In essence, … Continue reading

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Girls and the ADHD Label Part 3 Episode 12

Some girls have a passion for their friends and risk losing their identity to please others. Developing firm internal boundaries is your best defense against this happening. Basing your boundaries on love, truth, freedom and consequences sets a solid foundation … Continue reading

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Girls and the ADHD Label – Episode 11

Dr. Martin Stein, a pediatrician at UCSD, notes that girls are likely to be diagnosed with ADD later than boys, some as early as third or fourth grade, or as late as junior high. Here’s my take on what happens: … Continue reading

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Girls: The Pressures and the Protections

In an effort to help the ADHD parents I have posted a survey. This podcast is the answer to some of the questions posted there. Moms want help with their girls. In this episode you will learn: The incredible pressure … Continue reading

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ADHD Fathers and their Family – Episode 9

Father’s Day Special – Getting Dad involved in the family In an effort to help the ADHD parents Dr. Guffanti has posted a survey. This podcast is the answer to some of the questions posted there. This mom asks, “What … Continue reading

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