I have worked very hard to try to understand my son’s life — the way he sees and feels the world through the lens of ADHD (and probable autism). It has taken me years of research, dedication, and a truly open mind to get to a point where I feel like I understand him and where he lives, though I’ll never really see his view of the world.
Learning their view of the world is not only crucial to your success as a parent of a child with ADHD and/or autism, it’s also crucial to your child’s self-esteem. When they are misunderstood, they internalize it as a personal flaw. No parent wants that.
Let’s visit one of my recent experiences with Ricochet, as an example of truly seeing through your child’s different and unique lens:Read More