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Q: “How Do I Respond When My Emotional ADHD Teen Crosses the Line?”

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explosive teens with ADHD know that no single consequence can make their impulsive, emotionally dysregulated brains stop and reassess their actions.

As a result, most advice around consequences for negative behaviors is ineffective.The best way to respond when your teen is out of control is to remove yourself from the situation.

For one, your teen probably won’t remove themselves if you ask them. Second, nobody – not even your teen – can change how they’re experiencing emotions in the heat of the moment.

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