For many children (and even adults) with ADHD, having a weak working memory and struggling with emotions can make it hard for them to be flexible in their thinking.
Remaining calm in situations where we are triggered is not easy, but the benefits of keeping composed in challenging moments have an immediate and long term positive impact on your child.
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