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“How to Lose the Holiday Traditions That No Longer Bring Joy”

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The holiday season can feel more hectic than happy for parents. They’re juggling busy schedules, school vacations, holiday get-togethers — and trying to make it fun for the whole family.

Parents of children with ADHD and learning differences, such as dyslexia, have added layers of stress.Hosting out-of-town relatives, attending holiday parties, or baking cookies with friends may feel festive to some family members but may cause stress and overwhelm for those who struggle with patience and attention.

Many parents feel guilty if they don’t keep holiday traditions alive.There are ways to balance the desire for tradition with the reality of what your family will enjoy — not just survive.

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