Some people are thrill-seekers — they feel most alive when experiencing the unexpected. Some of us (hand raised) are worriers, avoiding all things unpredictable, but managing for the most part. Most kids with ADHD fall somewhere in the middle. They may not seek out dangerous activities for the thrill, but they feel most adept when there’s excitement and a thrilling pace. Yet, on the other side of that coin, they need predictability to manage their weaknesses.
My son, Ricochet, desperately needs predictability. Read More