ive thought my daughter (who is now 5) has had adhd for the past 2 years and i think its getting worse. ive talked to the doctors and he pretty much told me it was a parenting issue and that all kids are hyper and dont really pay attention and listen. but thats just not the case. i have a step daughter (who will turn 5 in jan.) and both girls are TOTAL opposite where as my stepdaughter can sit still for dinner or a tv show or a game. or if we tell her to stop doing something she does or she doesnt make random yelling sounds or random jumping around where as my daughter does. and im just told put her in time outs, send her to her room or shes just a kid shell grow out of it. but i do punish her and to me it feels like im constintly punishing her and that makes me feel like she feels she cant do anything right and im just so stressed out and tired of feeling like other people feel like shes a bad kid. and shes not and i feel like this whole thing has kind of torn our relationship because shes always jumping around or not paying attention or sudden out bursts of yelling and then i have to yell or punish her and its just hard. please help.View Thread
thank you! ive called her doctor and they are sending me the papers to give to her teacher and coaches to see what they say and then hopefully we can get some answers. also the links you sent me were very helpful thank you!View Thread
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