This was a boy who peed on the nurse when he made his world debut.
This was a boy who wiggled until this mama heart grew weary.
This was a boy who heard the words “no” at least 48 times before breakfast.
This was a boy who had a bit of a rough time following the rules.
This was a boy who gave his teachers a literal run for their money.
This was a boy who found loopholes and leaks around my very-tight parental ship.
This was a boy who sent my very scared mom self straight to my knees in desperate prayer.
THIS IS A MAN who is gaining confidence to be exactly who he is.
THIS IS A MAN who has boundless energy to love those around him.
THIS IS A MAN who can bravely say “no” in all the best ways.
THIS IS A MAN who extends grace to all who need it.
THIS IS A MAN who teaches himself and humbly learns from others.
THIS IS A MAN who keeps his heart open to every new possibility that finds him.
THIS IS A MAN who calms my “did-I-really-do-okay-as-a-mom” inner voice by his tender messages every where I turn.
Jared, our first-born son and someone who has AD(H)D, spends 15 precious minutes of his time talking through this unique path he was chosen for. What did it mean for him when he was growing up in school? What were some of the harmful messages that were given to him? How has that shaped who he is today and what he does as a result? What is my greatest parenting regret and why did I do it in the first place? DON’T MISS the incredible visual he shares that opened my eyes and heart to understand just a little bit more what it’s like for him and why we ALL may need this mental image in our toolbox when those we love are navigating this journey. Find out what we can do differently! This is perfect for parents, teachers, friends of those with ADD and especially for those of you who have this struggle yourself! You may just say, “Ah, someone who gets me!”
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Episode 3: Navigating the Journey of ADD (Wise Thoughts from Jared)
Please share with anyone who LOVES someone, TEACHES someone, or IS someone who is navigating this unique journey! (I think that’s all of us at this point!) This is a “CAN’T MISS IT” podcast! And ONLY 15 minutes!