• ADHD - Raising an Explosive Child

  • The Last Parents' Guide You'll Ever Need to Turn ADHD Into a Super Power- Includes 20 Parenting Mistakes to Avoid Immediately
  • By: Oliver Miller
  • Narrated by: Kelly Rhodes
  • Length: 4 hrs and 7 mins
  • 2.6 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Still struggling to help your ADHD child?

Do you see any or many of these signs and symptoms of ADHD in your child?

  • Loses important things
  • Disorganized
  • Distracted
  • No follow-through
  • Avoids mental effort
  • Doesn't listen
  • Inattentive
  • Careless
  • Spacey
  • Forgetful
  • Poor focus

If you’re seeing more than a handful of these characteristics, you can’t ignore them. These behaviors indicate a child who is not fully present and not able to embrace the joy available in life. With these behaviors, often they find it impossible to interact in a cooperative, productive, and fulfilling way with other people. They don’t do as well in school, and this affects their future career possibilities.

When your child acts up with the symptoms of ADHD, it can put you right on your “last nerve”, and you want a solution. But you’re also recognizing that simply giving your child a pill every day may not be the best or most responsible thing to do.

Sure, you can get specialized testing and simply “get a pill”, or you can be a real parent and learn the true meaning of their behavior, as well as what you can do to help.

There is a solution to help a child with ADHD without medication.

I’m here to tell you that there is a solution for the symptoms you’re seeing in your child. And we’re not talking about controlling or minimizing the symptoms of ADHD. That’s not nearly enough. We’re talking about a real transformation where your child becomes truly happy, fulfilled, responsible, and, well, a human being again - almost always without the use of medications, which have a serious list of possible long-term side effects.

You can do this, so let's get started.

©2021 Oliver Miller (P)2021 Oliver Miller

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Do Only Boys have ADHD?

I do not know if there is a difference in in girls as opposed to boys but all references in this book assumed that your child is a boy and it was incredibly annoying.

I have ADHD and so does my daughter and I kept wondering if perhaps this book wasn’t applicable to us.

Other than that there was some very eye opening characteristics that I wasn’t even aware of but were “Ah ha” moments when I listened. There are some good things regarding structure, consequences and rewards that validate what I have experienced and believe to be true. Although the actual ideas for what to use as rewards and consequences is left up to the parents.

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  • Susan
  • 05-01-22

Powerful information

This is some sober, objective and powerful information on parenting a child with ADHD. It adds to the parent's arsenal of dealing with one of the most challenging parenting calls.