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“’Your Brain Is Amazing!’ 5 Things All Neurodivergent Teens Need to Hear”

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A student came to me feeling angry and frustrated. “I can’t help it!” she cried, “My brain is awful.” These words pierced my heart.

She felt like her ADHD was a problem. And she isn’t alone. I’ve heard far too many neurodivergent kids say similar things about themselves.The path to learning and embracing who you are isn’t always smoothly paved, especially when a learning difference, condition, or disability is involved.

When your child or student feels down or discouraged, here are some things they need to hear about their perfect neurodivergent selves:1.

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