“Your Teen Is Not Lazy! How to Best Motivate an Adolescent with ADHD” [podcast episode #202]

Listen to “Your Teen Is Not Lazy! How to Best Motivate an Adolescent with ADHD” with Adam Price, Ph.D.

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ADHD kills motivation. Most analysis conducted on motivating a kid with ADHD centers on the brain, and rightfully so. However, other essential components also impact an individual’s power and backbone — ones that folks can affect. Here, be informed how to turn into your youngster’s biggest ally as she or he develops better independence and discovers the keys to self-motivation. Also be told to fortify a very powerful resource you might have within the quest for self-reliance: the parent-child courting.

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