Your Relationships

Checklist: Things You Can Ask Friends or Family for Help With

Parenting a child with learning and thinking differences takes time, energy, and resources. When peo…

Parenting Disagreements: How to Get on the Same Page

Do you and your partner disagree on some aspects of raising your child with learning and attention i…

Ditching Good Cop, Bad Cop: How to Put Up a United Parenting Front

Are you and your partner always playing "good cop, bad cop" with your child? Learn how to put up a u…

5 Ways a Child’s Issues Can Impact a Relationship

Read about how having a child with learning or attention issues can affect your relationships. Learn…

What to Say When People Judge How You Parent Your Child With ADHD

When you child has ADHD, other parents and adults might criticize or judge your parenting skills. He…

8 Tips on How to Talk With Family Members About Your Child’s Issues

Are you comfortable telling your extended family about your child's learning or attention issues? He…

Ditching Good Cop, Bad Cop: How to Put Up a United Parenting Front

Are you and your partner always playing "good cop, bad cop" with your child? Learn how to put up a u…

8 Tips for Getting Your Reluctant Partner Involved

Does your partner let you handle decision-making about your child's learning disabilities? Use these…

6 Ways Talking About Your Child’s Issues Can Help

Read about how talking to others about your child's learning and attention issues can help you get s…

9 Tips for Having Difficult Conversations With Your Partner

Parents of kids with learning disabilities and attention issues may need to have some difficult disc…

11 Tips for Working With Your Ex to Parent Your Child

Being divorced can make it harder to raise a child with learning and attention issues. Use these ide…