12 Parenting Tips to Raise Your ADHD (or Over-Active) Child

By: Jessica Loke
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Children are children, and they still can’t effectively schedule, organise and complete tasks. So, eat the humble pie and be his secretary.

Like a boss’ secretary, your job is to plan his day, organise his activities and ensures he completes his tasks. But try not to micromanage. Instead, if you see that he is coping the roles of doing those things, switch to a guidance or facilitator mode.

Remember, just like a secretary, it’s ok to let go and let him make some mistakes once in a while.

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Posted on 09/12/2016

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