inattentive ADHD, which makes him distracted, disorganized, forgetful, and emotional.Despite my background, I have been guilty of forgetting that ADHD is a neurobiological disorder.[Self-Test: Does My Child Have ADHD?
Symptom Test for Kids]I cannot count all the times I’ve said, “Why can’t you just…” to my son. “Why can’t you just clean your room/start your homework/study for your test/put away your bike?” It never occurred to me he couldn’t “just” get things done the way I could, even when he’d plainly state it.When I asked my son to clean up his room one time, he said to me, “Mom, why are we bothering?
It’s going to stay organized for all of 10 minutes. You know me; I’m not organized.”His problems with disorganization hit a new high in middle school, when his grades began to suffer due to all the assignments he had to keep track of.Read more on additudemag.com