ADHD Medication – Bring Peace and Harmony to Your Life
I’m a mother a member of a mother’s group who meets at local church. I look forward to bond with these ladies every week actually because we take this opportunity to swap stories with our little ones, share some parenting tips and also, for our fellowship. In most cases, the topics are just lighthearted but there are scenarios wherein other moms share their thoughts as well as struggles with ADHD medication. This is actually when it becomes a real blessing to become a part of such an understanding and supportive group.
Since the time being I’ve joined the group, I realized a very valuable lesson and that is the fact that at some point, we all have something in common. This is when I found out that no parents know what they are doing, no perfect way to raise a child and that no family has figured things out. Of course, on my free time I sometimes check my social media to look for ideas and inspirations. I see white kitchens, stark walls, perfectly designed mid-century modern furniture in living room etc. something that real mothers would want to see in their house. Then as I browse pages, I stumble on parents with kids who are taking ADHD medication, which made me think how they are able to take up such challenge.
Our group doesn’t hop on visually heavy platforms such as seeing the real, nitty gritty aspects of life. But it is not what we are thinking because we are thinking more of how our life would be if we don’t have to deal with tricycle knicks on floorboards, peanut butter on the walls, scattered kitchenware. Just the thought of it is so refreshing and appealing and there’s no wonder why it enthralls all of us.
No parents have figured it out yet and isn’t that a freeing thought? They all do different techniques like avoiding children’s museum for the fear that germs run rampant during flu season and some flock to places to be able to have a change of scenery than the normal and try some new activities. Some are attending therapy sessions while others make use of prescription ADHD medication. In a nutshell, every parent has a different battle and they have different approaches to deal with it and keep children happy.
Meeting with those parents have given me a breath of fresh air on what approach to take to raise a child with ADHD condition. This has just given me ideas to try similar to giving my child ADHD medication. Well I think, giving your child with prescription ADHD medication and doing activities that are out of the usual routine every now and then can be a good idea.
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