Five Lessons I Wish My Parents Learned About ADHD Medication

A Guest Post by Sandy Pace

 Medication is a very helpful tool for dealing with ADHD. The following five examples are a great way to get that healthy approach from the perspective of a child (Now an adult) whose parents denied medication and refused to acknowledge ADHD as a valid medical condition

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Signs You May Have Anxiety and Not Know It

You’re probably familiar with the most severe anxiety disorders and anxiety related disorders. Generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, phobias, PTSD, social anxiety, OCD and so on. They, as a group, are one of the most common mental illnesses. In fact, 30% of Americans will experience an anxiety disorder at some time in their lives.

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The Moody Mom Poll

Thanks so much to all of you who voted on my poll which asked “What topics interest you the most?” The results surprised me!

These are the top five topics that you chose:

1. Personal stories from The Moody Mom

2. & 3. (Tied) Anxiety and Psychology

4. Depression

5. Therapy

Gee, I’m flattered that you would like more of my real-life stories! I do have quite a few juicy ones to share. Stay tuned…

I will use more than just the top five for inspiration. Because this blog is for you…and a little for me. But mostly for you!

Hugs, 😀❤️💥🙏