thank you . I love my daughter and its hard to accept this. let alone understand it. im going to go through the process with her pediatrician and all the test. thank you for the link. now its time to eat an elephant. one bite at a time.View Thread
So ive come to the realization that my 7 year old daughter might have adhd. she shows all the symptoms. from not listening .easily distracted. trouble in school. and home. I have so many questions if she does has it. and my doubts because she is only 7 and maybe I don't want to accept it. I don't know. what next? is there anyone that can help us. with all thisView Thread
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