5 Tips for Communicating with ADHD Teens

by Yafa Luria/Margit Crane

 

laughter-775062_640I was interviewed for the 2015 ADHD Awareness Expo and here’s the video:

 

1. Come to a conversation to connect not to control

2. Instead of sitting down for conversations, look for individual moments to state your thoughts, opinions, or reactions.

3. Have “No Texting Time”

4. Yelling is ineffective

5. Practice “Fearless Listening”(TM)

Did you learn anything new? Scroll down and share in the comments. I’d love to know!

xo, Yafa

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