Giveaway! Win a signed, first edition of “What to Expect”

Giveaway! 5 signed, first-edition copies of What to Expect When Parenting Children with ADHD
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What to Expect When Parenting Children with ADHD

The book business is tricky. While I thought my title, “What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting ADHD” was clever, it turns out clever doesn’t always give a potential reader a clear picture of what a book offers. So, in the interest of clarity and better sales, I changed the book title to the more direct, “What to Expect When Parenting Children with ADHD.”

You are probably wondering why you should care. Well, since I’m now on the 2nd edition, with a new title, I have a small stack of first-edition books on my hands and have decided to give them away! The one and only difference is the title — nothing else was changed.

That’s right, use the Rafflecopter tool below to win one of five first-edition (read rare), signed copies of “What to Expect.” The more you share, the more chances you have to win. The contest is open to US residents only and will close on Friday, August 21, 2015. Good luck!

 

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Taking time to exhale.

Taking time to exhale. Parenting ADHD & Autism
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Am I lazy?

I’ve been feeling quite lazy as of late. I haven’t had the motivation to do anything “extra,” and I have been a lot more lax with my kids and what they choose to do with their time. I have felt a lot of shame about this over the last several weeks, since summer started and I nearly came to a complete stop.

That is, until I realized I was simply taking time to exhale.  More

The grass isn’t greener over there: Parenting Hack #2

Parenting Hack #2: The grass isn't greener over there.
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I’m sure you all know the proverbial saying, “The grass is always greener on the other side.” It means, something else always looks more promising from a distance. It’s a warning that things can be deceptively alluring from a distance. It’s a warning I have finally learned to heed. Finally! When it comes to special needs, More

How Sandra Bullock taught me everything I need to know special needs parenting.

How Sandra Bullock taught me all I need to know about special needs parenting.
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I don’t know about you, but I’m a sucker for a sappy chick flick, especially those with the adorable Sandra Bullock. Hope Floats resides on my DVR no matter how many times I’ve watched it. harryAnd, let’s face it, Harry Connick Jr. can create a bright spot no matter how bad your day has been! {swoon}

In reflecting on all the Bullock roles that I’ve loved, and even those I didn’t, I realized every Sandra Bullock movie has a message for parents of kids with neurodevelopmental disorders like ADHD, autism, anxiety, etc. Here’s what Sandy taught me. (I can call her Sandy, because in my head we’re like BFFs.) More