There is no reason to be stuck on the medication Vitobrain Review treadmill, let natural alternatives get your child back on track in school, at home and in relationships with others.Dr Russell Barkley, a well-known ADHD psychologist, believes that ADHD is a disease of time management and motivation. I think that Dr Barkley’s beliefs are especially true in the case of Predominantly Inattentive ADHD.
When my now 11 year old Predominantly Inattentive son was in second grade we got a call from his teacher that we needed to have a conference regarding my son’s terrible progress in math. Every parent dreads the parent-teacher conference but this particular request really concerned us. Our son, just two days before this phone call, had been at the grocery store with me and had figured out, while standing at the cash register, that with his 3 dollar allowance he could buy four 69 cent candy bars and have a quarter left over if I let him borrow a penny. This was NOT a seven year old with a math problem.
At the conference his teacher told us that it took him three times as long to complete his math assignments of which he had several to do a day. This teacher loved our son and knew that he was smart but was convinced that he was too sluggish to ever succeed in school without Ritalin. We decided to try motivation instead. I asked the teacher how long he had to complete these tasks and she said 10 minutes.
We explained the problem to our son. This child, like many kids with Inattentive ADHD, is not at all oppositional and is extremely easy to parent. For good or bad he is also a HUGE dreamer. He will play in his imagination for hours at a time. All he needs is a stuffed animal and a string and he is good to go. I knew from the grocery store incident that math was not the problem,