Week 7 Class: The Teen Years with ADHD
View this email in your browser
8-Week Parenting Class from ADDitude
Inside Your Teen’s ADHD Mind
Inside Your Teen’s ADHD Mind
"Adolescent boys with ADHD are their own worst enemies."

How do you play up your teen's strengths, but also help him identify and fix weaknesses? Provide the support he desperately needs (but refuses to ask for) while also encouraging independence? With these parenting strategies »
Pick Your Battles, Parents
Parents, Pick Your Battles
Hormones, increased peer influence, and a desire for freedom make discipline a new challenge. How to maintain parental perspective >
Boys vs. Girls: How Puberty Affects ADHD Symptoms
Puberty Affects Symptoms...
...and the shift can look different for males vs. females. Here’s what to watch out for — and how you can help your child navigate hormonal changes.
Click Here!
How to Succeed in High School with ADHD: A Teen’s Guide
The ADHD Teen's Guide to High School Success
Academics ramp up in ninth grade. This ADHD guide is filled with practical homework, study, and organization tips.
“Can I Save My Teen from Failure?”
"Can I Save My Teen from Failure?"
Your teen is failing high school, and doesn’t seem to care. How can you keep him from further disengaging?
“Did I Really Just Send That Photo on Snapchat?” The Social Media Guide for Teens
"Did I Really Just Share That?"
The adolescent ADHD brain may not pause between Thought and Post. Keep your teen's online activity safe and respectful with an ethical-use dialogue.
Brilliant Idea Alert! An “Ethics Manual” for Your Teen’s Electronics
An “Ethics Manual” for Your Teen’s Electronics
Does it seem like your teen's phone is glued to her hand? Use this plan to teach responsible device usage.
Q: "My teen has trouble controlling his emotions, but I can't imagine suggesting that he 'go for a walk' or 'take a deep breath' when heated up. What would work?" Answer »
Q: "Our teen ignores (or blows up at) any request — to go to school, to pick up after herself. She claims she needs independence, but she doesn't seem ready for it...." Answer »
Supernus Pharmaceuticals
Introducing—a new resource for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with ADHD. What is surprising to many families living with this disorder is that ADHD is often just the “tip of the iceberg.” Learn more at
Previous installments of ADDitude's 8-Week Parenting Class:
> Week 1: Organization & Time Management
> Week 2: Self-Esteem & Friendships
> Week 3: Behavior & Discipline
> Week 4: Screen Time & Technology
> Week 5: Anger & Oppositional Defiance
> Week 6: ADHD in Girls / ADHD in Boys
ADDitude thanks our sponsors for their support. Sponsors have no influence on editorial content.
Forward this email to a friend >

Copyright © 2019 ADDitude, a WebMD company, All rights reserved.

Subscribe to ADDitude | Contact ADDitude

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list