Week 2 Class: Self-Esteem & Friendships
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8-Week Parenting Class from ADDitude

A 5-Step Plan for Boosting Your Child’s Self-Esteem
Low self-confidence is heartbreakingly common among children with ADHD who are corrected, punished, and teased on a daily basis. Counteract the labelers and naysayers by exposing your child's natural talents, creating strong emotional connections & rewarding effort. Start nourishing your child's spirit »

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“Mom, I Made a New Friend!”
"Mom, I Made a New Friend!"
Making eye contact. Not interrupting. Taking turns. Social skills don't always come naturally to kids with ADHD. 16 strategies for making connections »
Birthday Parties, the Cafeteria, and Other Social Obstacles
Lunch Tables, Parties, and Other Social Obstacles
Confidence-building strategies to help your tween navigate social sore spots, like the cafeteria & group projects.
Fostering Grit & Resilience in Your Child
Fostering Grit & Resilience
We can't prevent our kids from experiencing defeat, but we can teach them how to bounce back. 8 positive messages to share with your child »
The Playdate Protocol: Rules of Engagement, Sharing, and Taking Turns
The ADHD Playdate Protocol
When kids get bored or territorial, play time goes south, fast. Follow these dos and don'ts to ensure a more positive playtime — the first of many!
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
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