7. Be Persistent!

Try to realize that your child isn’t misbehaving on purpose and be persistent! George Kapalka says that kids with ADHD may “require more trials and exposure to consistent consequences in order to learn from that experience.” So, just because you’ve taught them something using a certain technique and it didn’t work once or twice, that doesn’t mean that it’s ineffective

; you just have to keep trying.

Parenting a kid with ADHD is never easy, but with a bit of patience and a lot of determination, I’m sure you’ll be able to help them turn their problems into strengths. Do you know any other useful tips for parenting a child with ADHD? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section!

Sources: problemkidsblog.com, psychcentral.com

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