If you have a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, you know what it’s like to feel frazzled, frustrated, and exhausted.
You’ve also probably learned self-help books focusing on the condition don’t always offer constructive or realistic solutions. At least that’s what Jennifer Metzger discovered on her daily journey of parenting her son, David, through ADHD’s ups and downs, twists and turns, and emotional highs and lows.
In this revealing and instructive memoir, she brings readers into her home to get an inside look at how she’s raising three boys—one with ADHD—and how she’s tweaked her style to adapt to their different personalities while surviving horrific tantrums.
So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee (you’ll probably need a box of tissues, too), and celebrate the successes and unwavering faith of an everyday mom doing her best to help a child with ADHD.