Posts Tagged ‘ODD’
3 Favorite Posts to Help You Feel Better
Do you realize that you’re OK right where you are? Right here and right now, do you know that you’re perfect? Following, you’ll find three articles to help you feel this perfection more deeply. Know that words aren’t you, you can work through the tough times, and you can flow with life even when it’s hard. ONE…Read More
5 Rules to Live By to Meet Your Different-Brained Child’s Needs
As I shared last week, it’s summer and my children are around all. of. the. time. It’s been a great summer, no doubt, but understand that is by design. I plan for our days, I have a calendar they can refer to, there is downtime baked into our vacation, and I’m at the ready when…Read More
Do You Even Realize You Need to Forgive Yourself?
You know, we really tend to beat ourselves up. But you know what else? As parents of children with Asperger’s, autism, ADHD, ODD, PDD, OMG (the list goes on) we get blamed. We get blamed unnecessarily and we get blamed by people we trust, which is so disappointing on so many levels. I get it, but…Read More
Are You Down with ODD?
OK, so there’s this thing called ODD, which stands for Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Do you know the power of “Oppositional?” The word “Oppositional,” as in “Oppositional Defiance Disorder,” can completely change your life and the path of your child. Because here’s the thing: ODD is a no-go for many institutions who focus on different-needs kids. What do I…Read More