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“Lessons from ‘The Explosive Child’ That Helped Our Son Flourish”

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It was the first week of Third Grade when I found my son, Owen, curled up under a tree in his school playground. We’d agreed to meet there during recess, a particularly overwhelming part of his day for him.

From his ragged breathing, silent sobs, and shaky hands, I knew that my son was having a panic attack.The deck is stacked against Owen.

He has ADHD, learning disabilities, and an anxiety disorder — all of which affect how he learns and interacts with his classmates.

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