>PIN/ONHD Tuesday: Different Strokes

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16 thoughts on “>PIN/ONHD Tuesday: Different Strokes

  1. >((HUGS)) My daughter has OCD and it's for life. She hates taking medication and it brings her down, she doesn't like having issues in her brain. (she is 29) I have severe asthma and have to take mediction to live, so does someone who is diabetic. That is the best way to look at it.

  2. >Good luck! I work at a school and am also a parent. I know that it must be so hard for parents to go in and work with school people on some of these things – I cringe sometimes with how easily SOME (not all) school staff can talk to parents. We always have to try and remember the parent's perspective.

  3. >Aww, I'm sending you huge hugs! My oldest child has ADHD and I've been dealing with IEPs since he was in kindergarten. It's great that she has a wonderful mom like you who cares. The one piece of advice that really stuck with me over the years is this: YOU ARE YOUR CHILD'S BIGGEST ADVOCATE. Never take no for an answer. Bring out those claws if necessary and continue to love her just as she is. Having ADHD and a mood disorder is not a death sentence, nor is it some kind of sentence to living a subpar life. She will go far and she will succeed because she has a mother who cares and loves her deeply.Kristi, Live and Love…Out Loud@TweetingMama

  4. >So wishing you luck!! I am also branching out for my daughter. i talked to a lovely lady from church and she offered me worlds of advice(that I wanted). She has twin boys. One is autistic and the other is sensory intergrated defecit. (sp?) Anyhoo I am looking into that. Yep…these things are for life, but so are glasses. I am realizing now, that I am headed for bi-focal land. 😦

  5. >My nephew has ADHD and oppositional defiant disorder. It took some time to line up resources and get meds straightened out. They are constantly learning as he grows but everything is falling into place. You can do this!

  6. >Good luck at the meeting.Buster takes a crazy amount of meds for his various issues (epilepsy, allergies, etc.) and it sucks, but it's certainly better than the alternative!

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