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Katie Hopkins does a dramatic U-turn about ADHD after an emotional parent confronts her and admits she could be autistic

She’s famous for saying the most offensive things and for coming across as bigoted and unsympathetic – but one emotional parent looks like she finally got through to the notorious Katie Hopkins. Hopkins had taken to the airwaves of LBC Radio to launch another attack on the parents of children …

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7 Things That Epitomized Your Awkward Childhood Phase

Growing up is hard, and unfortunately, you mostly just have to wait out the “awkward” phase. There’s no good way to predict how puberty will unfold for you, let alone rush yourself through it, so when your mom said you’d outgrow those problems eventually she was about right. Adolescent young …

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Britain's largest sperm bank bans men with dyslexia, autism and ADHD from donating, triggering outrage over 'eugenics'

Britain’s largest sperm bank is under investigation for banning men with dyslexia. Campaigners accused the clinic of ‘eugenics’ – attempting to genetically improve the human race. The London Sperm Bank has produced leaflets stating it will not accept men who are dyslexic, have ADHD, autism or certain other conditions. But …

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3 Tips for Raising Boys with ADHD

Tips for Raising Boys with ADHD 1. Make it into a game. What is “it”, you ask? Anything. Make any and everything into a game. Since boys with ADHD are often easily bored, which can lead to misbehavior, keeping their interest is critical to getting them to cooperate. So, if you …

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When You Care About Someone With ADHD, There Are 15 Things To Keep In Mind

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common, yet wildly misunderstood neurological condition that affects 15 million Americans. October has been named ADHD Awareness Month in hopes of dispelling some of the myths that frequently circulate. Many who criticize ADHD as not being real often do so by comparing ADHD …

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Coping with the stigma of ADHD

 The Americans with Disabilities Actwas passed into law July 26, 1990, as historic civil rights legislation for people with disabilities to promote public access, ensure accommodations, and reduce stigma for people with disabilities. For the most part, the law has met its mission. However, over 20 years later the stigma …

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Music Therapy: 8 Best Songs for ADHD Minds

  The Benefits of Music Therapy Music can work wonders on the ADHD brain, improving everything from language development toimpulse control. The following pieces of classical music were scientifically tested and found to help children concentrate and focus better. Think of these songs as background music — it doesn’t need …

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42 Struggles Only People With ADHD Will Understand

While some individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may find it difficult focusing at all, others are super focused on the task at hand and cannot just let it go until it is completely done. People with ADHD often share certain positive features than the average person such as …

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