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Stop Fighting Your Child’s Neurodiversity: A Step-by-Step Plan for Parents in Diagnosis Denial

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ADHD or ADD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), learning disabilities, sensory processing disorder, or any other hallmark of neurodiversity – changed that, for you and your child.Most literature about neurodiverse children tells parents how to help their kids thrive.

What’s missing: advice for how we, as parents, can thrive when raising a child who differs from the mental picture we painted before her birth.

What’s desperately needed: the time and space to move through the emotions that inevitably follow a diagnosis.My personal transformation involved four tangible shifts in perspective.

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