It’s nice to be noticed. I feel really lucky to have a big community of people reading my blog and commenting on it and on Facebook. I thought I’d share some of the awesome notes I’ve received from the community, from parents, teachers and kids who like what I’m doing, and who are supportive. Here’s a couple.
I just want to thank you for what you are doing here. I am a mom of a son who has ADHD. I also have ADHD and going through it as a mom knowing what my son is feeling is heartbreaking and so much work that is worth it and I am at my wits end with school issues for him. He is such a strong loving smart boy and I am very excited to show him this website when he comes home from school today. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for speaking out on a topic that is not taught to our teachers for the classroom. I look forward to keeping up with articles and blogs and maybe my son Uriah will want to share some things. Thanks….
I want you to know that it makes me really happy to get these messages and it gives me motivation to keep going. I never thought that so many people would know about ADHD and that so many kids have it. I did know that I don’t want other kids to be treated as badly as I have been at school and in the community so that is why I wanted to make this website.
I print your posts and hacks and give them to both of my sons. You also help me understand their world and struggles since I don’t have them myself.
-Wendy on Facebook
Love this and so glad you started this group/website. My son had a fantastic pre-school teacher that was able to communicate to me that my son was different, leading me to seek help and after 2 years, he was diagnosed. A year later I was also diagnosed, which explained why I didn’t notice anything different about my son. He is so much like me that he was “normal” to me, at least my kind of normal. Keep up the great work.
-Misty on Facebook
If there is anything I can do to make it better please let me know. I am working on this website and my schooling at the same time and don’t always respond as fast as I should. Just know I’m doing my best and that I read your comments and messages and stories. I know life can be better for kids with ADHD. I think I can help a bit by telling my story.
Thanks so much for your support!
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