We all know that it can be frustrating to live with a child who has ADHD. They have trouble focusing on anything for more than five minutes and don’t seem to care about how much time you spend helping them do their homework or learn something new. It is hard not to feel frustrated, especially as the parent of an ADHD child. If you are feeling this way, there are some things that you should do in order to help your child succeed and grow into a confident person! First, you should try to make your child feel safe and loved. You may not be able to give them the same attention or help that they need all of the time, but a hug can go a long way in letting them know that someone is on their side. Second, find out what motivates your child! Maybe it’s getting some extra screen time for when they finish their homework early? Or maybe it’s something else like just having one-on-one conversations with mommy after school so she doesn’t get too overwhelmed from everything going on at once. Third, set up rules and consequences with your ADHD child and don’t forget about flexibility! Your kid might have trouble following through or remembering things sometimes which means rewards

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