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After my son s diagnosis of ASD and then later ADHD, I was overwhelmed with all of the information and resources a good problem to have There were so many books that talked down and threw out statistics that were either depressing or unrelated to my situation I was looking for something relatable I had no friends going through the special needs ride and while I wanted information, I also wanted comfort.I found that comfort and solace in Penny s first book, Boy Without Instructions As I t After my son s diagnosis of ASD and then later ADHD, I was overwhelmed with all of the information and resources a good problem to have There were so many books that talked down and threw out statistics that were either depressing or unrelated to my situation I was looking for something relatable I had no friends going through the special needs ride and while I wanted information, I also wanted comfort.I found that comfort and solace in Penny s first book, Boy Without Instructions As I turned the pages, I kept saying Yes This No advice or instruction, just feeling like I wasn t alone, which I so desperately needed Once I got out of the first stage of grief and shock, I was ready for action and help Lucky for me, that s right about the time that Penny s second book came out, What to Expect When You re Not Expecting ADHD I was so frazzled by trying to just survive, that I couldn t even begin to think about how to take proactive steps to improve my family s quality of life Full disclosure I also have ADHD So, yeah If I have a hard time with executive function and organization, how am I supposed to help my son learn those skills and get this house running efficiently I say all that to say that Penny understands this She knows what ADHD parents need quick, to the point and non judgmental The worksheets are AMAZING I am the worst with getting advice and not being able to execute it The worksheets solve that problem In my opinion, the worksheets alone are worth the cost of the book The rest of the book is also very helpful What sets it apart from other ADHD books out there is that it s written by one of us Not a doctor or specialist Those books have their place and use, but this book fills a void that has been on bookshelves Advice from a fellow mom Reading it feels like sitting down over coffee with a good friend that s been there and is guiding you through the process.If you re looking for commiseration and comfort, reach for Boy Without Instructions If you re looking for action and help from a fellow warrior mom, reach for What To Expect When You re Not Expecting ADHD Personally, I bounce back and forth depending on the day You can t lose either way If you are new to the world of parenting a child with ADHD, or if you re not so new, but things are not going well then PLEASE read this book Upon my child s diagnosis, I read many books from the library as well as countless articles on the Internet I talked to other parents whose children have ADHD We ve gone to therapists, added a medicine regiment, etc I felt like all of my research and other efforts should have prepared me for anything Instead, it has taken 5 to 6 years of learning by If you are new to the world of parenting a child with ADHD, or if you re not so new, but things are not going well then PLEASE read this book Upon my child s diagnosis, I read many books from the library as well as countless articles on the Internet I talked to other parents whose children have ADHD We ve gone to therapists, added a medicine regiment, etc I felt like all of my research and other efforts should have prepared me for anything Instead, it has taken 5 to 6 years of learning by trial and error aka LEARNING THE HARD WAY to finally get to the point where I truly understand all of the topics that Penny discusses in What to Expect When You re Not Expecting ADHD If I had this book available to me 5 or 6 years ago, it would have made a world of difference in my son s life, and the lives of everyone in our household Hopefully word will spread like wildfire about What to Expect When You re Not Expecting ADHD, andparents will feel that they have been given a roadmap to guide them through the day to day realities of raising a child with ADHD.Honestly and truly, please read this book if you are a parent or caregiver of a child with ADHD These chapters 9 step plan will literally save you years of frustration and help you to get on the right track to quickly help your child as well as your whole household.Until you are living with someone who has ADHD, then you may not realize how it affects so many aspects of life Penny Williams is the only author I know of who talks about life with ADHD using this kind of honesty and candor Busy parents will appreciate her no nonsense style She is one of us, so she REALLY gets it This book provided me with several practical strategies to use in our household Williams lists many useful resources and provides worksheets that helped me to organize my thinking and track our progress over time. Another helpful book Some repetition from her other book but full of lots of good advice, lists and worksheets I love lists and worksheets Already seeing some of her strategies pay off. Terrible, please edit your book This book was filled with errors and even strike outs This book appears not to be edited at all I am not a grammar police officer by any means but it drove me crazy I couldn t take this person s account seriously at all because of the way it was put together Her first step is to get over it Then says which was striked out later saying Now, you regret buying this book Well your right, I do Saying accept the diagnosis is appropriate not get over it If yo Terrible, please edit your book This book was filled with errors and even strike outs This book appears not to be edited at all I am not a grammar police officer by any means but it drove me crazy I couldn t take this person s account seriously at all because of the way it was put together Her first step is to get over it Then says which was striked out later saying Now, you regret buying this book Well your right, I do Saying accept the diagnosis is appropriate not get over it If you know your reader is going to regret reading the book, you shouldn t write it We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today Stacia Tauscher Loved This Book I felt like I could have highlighted the whole thing It was like I was reading about my own son almost I chuckled I teared up I shared with my husband and some friends This book is full of helpful real tips to implement at home with your child None of that laughable 7 Easy Steps to Stop Yelling in One Day stuff promising you ll immediately have peace in you We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today Stacia Tauscher Loved This Book I felt like I could have highlighted the whole thing It was like I was reading about my own son almost I chuckled I teared up I shared with my husband and some friends This book is full of helpful real tips to implement at home with your child None of that laughable 7 Easy Steps to Stop Yelling in One Day stuff promising you ll immediately have peace in your home No bogus ideas that don t work for your non neurotypical kid If you have a child with ADHD, please read this book It s a breath of fresh air if you re used to reading books about ADHD written by doctors whose experience may not extend into the home Justget this book and read it today You ll be happy you did This book is like a good friend who is ahead of you in the journey but can help guide you as you go where she has been It walks you from diagnosis remember to breathe to school issues Ack IEP meetings to enjoying your child with ADHD Worksheets help you to keep track of medication reactions, to plan and organize your environment to work with your child instead of against him, and to recognize your child s gifts My child is five years into his journey and I only wish I had had a guide lik This book is like a good friend who is ahead of you in the journey but can help guide you as you go where she has been It walks you from diagnosis remember to breathe to school issues Ack IEP meetings to enjoying your child with ADHD Worksheets help you to keep track of medication reactions, to plan and organize your environment to work with your child instead of against him, and to recognize your child s gifts My child is five years into his journey and I only wish I had had a guide like this when he was first diagnosed Thank you Penny for finally writing a book from a parents perspective I wish I would have had this book when my son was diagnosed over 2 years ago It s so refreshing to read someone s actual experience with parenting a child with ADHD and not just a bunch of medical jargon I found myself in tears numerous times while reading it as I found so much in common with Penny and her story It s nice to know sometimes as parents of children with ADHD that we aren t alone. (READ KINDLE) Í What to Expect When You're Not Expecting ADHD: A 9-step plan to master the struggles and triumphs of parenting a child with ADHD õ Award WinnerInternational Book Awards, winner of Psychology Mental Health category There are guidebooks to set a parent s expectations for pregnancy and caring for a baby, but not one step by step guide for the challenge of raising a child with ADHD until now The contrast between social expectations and genuine capability is stark but invisible with ADHD, creating challenges in all aspects of life In What to Expect When You re Not Expecting ADHD, Williams offers astep plan to tame much of the chaos and turn most of the struggles into triumphs She steers you through methodically learning about your child s behaviors, strengths, and weaknesses, and how to use that knowledge to improve life for your child with ADHD and your entire family Don t be fooled though this is not your typical book on ADHD Williams keeps it real, providing authentic, down in the trenches, trial by fire advice from a momma who has lived it, figuring it out one day at a time Whether your child s diagnosis is new or you ve been struggling for years, What to Expect is your instruction manual for effectively parenting your child with ADHD Fantastic book for anyone finding themselves on the ADHD road It gives great insight and suggestions to help make the journey a little less bumpy Very accessible and thoughtful.