013: Parenting a Child with ADHD

Episode 13 December 12, 2018 01:11:41
Cultivate a Good Life
013: Parenting a Child with ADHD

Show Notes

When your life seems like it is falling apart, oftentimes the pieces are falling into place.” This episode is an encouraging conversation about raising children who are differently abled. Becky Proudfit and our friend and guest, Heidi Stanger, speak from personal experience as they each have a child with diagnoses and challenges that at times have felt very heavy. But through a healthy perspective of the big picture AND specific tools to help in even the smallest ways, we’re sharing insights that we hope will help, whether you have a differently abled child or not. Show notes can be found at BeckyHiggins.com/Blog. Follow us on instagram — @BeckyHigginsLLC. And pretty please leave us a review on iTunes; it would mean the WORLD to us!

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