ADHD in Boys
No meds decision...
Is a no-meds decision always wrong?
My 6+ year old has been quite unmanageable when younger but as years are passing by we do feel it is lot manageable. However the daydreaming and too much talking, unorganisedness is very much there.
While I do assist him in studies, he usually gets good grades. I read a lot abt ADHD kids lagging behind in studies. I wonder if his good grades are due to our efforts in reading to him and giving him lots of exposure (which just kinda happened).
Sometimes, it feels promising. Sometimes, I wonder if he will be able to manage his life without us.
Thank you already for sharing your thoughts on this dilemma.
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