Thriving with ADHD
- An overview of ADHD that includes common symptoms, ADHD types, how ADHD can be an asset, and areas where kids could use additional support.
- Exercises that build helpful skills for dealing with anger, staying focused, controlling impulses, and making mindful decisions.
- Action-oriented lessons for daily life that teach practical tools such as creating a morning routine, making a homework chart, and expressing themselves when they’re upset.
- Techniques for self-regulation and organization that help kids handle any emotion or obstacle, so they can spend their energy having fun and just being kids!
Professor Kelli’s Guide to Finding a Husband
I know what you’re thinking. You hate me. You got a glimpse of my ring and you’re pissed. I know your kind because I was once your kind. Every time I saw a happy couple I could feel last night’s dinner coming up. When I saw wedding magazines I wanted to take a blowtorch to each one of them. Engagement rings? The only way you could talk to me about “karats” was if you were going to feed one to your pet rabbit. Yes, I was sick. Sick of set-ups, match-ups, and break-ups. I’d been on blind dates and I’ve been on dates where I wish I were blind. But I finally did find Mr. Right. And I’m going to show you how. Through humor, empowerment, and basic common sense clinical social worker “Professor Kelli” instills confidence in women, makes them laugh at their situation (or the men they’ve dated), and teaches them the process of letting go and staying present. Sure, it’s about finding a husband but it’s more about finding you first.
Kelli Miller was the advice columnist to the largest list serv in the country, which has over 16,000 members. She was also the relationship columnist for The Examiner newspaper. Kelli has articles published in Self Magazine, Live Well Magazine, The Gainesville Sun, Home Basics Magazine, The Jewish Exponent, This Old House Magazine, Golfcoursehome.net, Hatchmagazine.com, and The Orange and Blue Newspaper.
Quoted on CBS Local
Read Kelli’s perspectives on sibling development:
The Fab Mom On 2: Staying Sane Through Sibling Rivalry
Quoted for a Book about Mothering