ADHD: Raising an Explosive Child by Lois Baxter

ADHD raising an explosive child

If you’re feeling hopeless and running out of patience in dealing with your highly explosive ADHD child, then this powerful positive parenting guide is for you!

Does your child throw loud tantrums wherever you go?

Do you feel anxious whenever you go out in public in fear of something that will trigger your child to cry and become hysterical?

Have you tried everything in your power to help soothe them, but nothing seems to work?

If you said YES to any of the questions above, you’re not alone.

Dealing with an ADHD child with a lot of explosive emotions can be frustrating.

ADHD is one of the most common mental disorders affecting children. And this gets parents frustrated because ADHD kids are often misunderstood by many.

Raising a child with ADHD can be one of the most challenging things you ever do. They often have trouble controlling their emotions and behaviors. These kids are often perceived as having bad attitudes, being defiant, or just plain out of control.

What's worse? The most common parenting strategies for kids with ADHD are helpful in the short term. In the long-term, however, they backfire most of the time

When your child is struggling to self-regulate, it’s easy to get pulled into power struggles and negative interactions that only make the situation worse.

But not for long!

In "ADHD: Raising an Explosive Child" by Lois Baxter, frustrated parents like you will:

  • Stop being reactive and adopt a proactive approach by deep diving into what ADHD really is and how it manifests in children in terms of age, gender, and more
  • Take accountability for the role you play in your child's behavior — what are the things that you unconsciously do to fuel their explosive behaviors?
  • Find out if there are associated behavioral disorders that could come with ADHD so you can focus on the real issue
  • Improve your child's quality of life at home, at school, and outside of the home — get valuable tips on how to address social exclusion
  • Give yourself permission to take care of yourself as you deal with this challenging time in your family's life
  • Give your child a fighting chance in life as you focus on their strengths instead of their weaknesses

And more!

Yes, raising an explosive child with ADHD can be hard, but you don't have to do it alone.

The powerful strategies in this book will help you learn how to parent an explosive child without losing your cool or getting caught up in battles.

You’ll also learn how to empower kids with ADHD so they can develop emotional control on their own over time.

These techniques are based on proven positive parenting principles that work for all children (not just those who struggle with attention issues) and will give you the tools you need to raise a happy, healthy family!