Monday, October 27, 2014

When Someone You Love Has ADD

Bring my soul out of prison, that I may give thanks to Your Name... (Psalms 142:8).

The Midrash says: This refers to Noah, who was imprisoned in the ark. Rabbi Levi said: For twelve months, Noah and his sons did not sleep, for they were compelled to feed the animals, beasts, and birds.

This is Parshas Noach. But if you have ADD/ADHD, or love someone who does, this might also sound like an accurate description of your life. You too, might feel like your soul is in prison.
You are not alone.

1.6 Million people have read and shared my article ....

click to read.....   "20 Things To Remember If You Love Someone Who Has ADD"

Families struggle with ADD/ADHD daily. If not properly managed, ADD/ADHD can lead to unemployment, depression, educational failure, financial problems, and drug abuse.

The lessons of Mussar- in addition to proper medical attention and professional help- can ease your struggles.

Shavua tov!

May your home be filled with peace, love, and harmony.