Not My Daughter: When A Father Denies An ADHD Diagnosis

After years of managing the conveyor belt of forms, appointments and tests tied to a special needs child, you want the path of least resistance.  So, when my daughter asked that I hide her ADHD medicine in her violin case and drop it off at school, I didn’t hesitate.

Insane?  Silly? Embarrassing?  Yes, I agree to all.  But, for me, drug smuggling was easier than dealing with a contentious ex.

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Sunday’s Saying

“Welcome the challenges. Look for the opportunities in every situation to learn and grow in wisdom.” Brian Tracy

As The Child Grows And Changes, So Does Mom’s Job Description

“I want to walk to school by myself,” Savannah announced sometime after New Year’s.

For years I dreamed of this moment, but now that it was finally here I was hesitant to forgo our morning routine. I realized I was being written out of a job. Granted, it was one I hated, but it was my job, after all

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Friday Fun Fact

According to Donald Dossey, founder of Stress Management and Phobia Institute, there’s an estimated $800 million or $900 million loss in business on Friday the 13th because people won’t fly or do business as they would normally.

Got Chocolate Milk?

According to my 9-year-old, the best indicator of a restaurant’s food and service is the quality of the chocolate milk they serve.

Wordless Wednesday

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Sunday’s Saying

“Welcome the challenges. Look for the opportunities in every situation to learn and grow in wisdom.” Brian Tracy