PAP 067:

What Never Meeting Expectations Does to Kids with ADHD

Never meeting expectations means our kids with ADHD and/or autism feel like they never succeed. That is a heavy burden that can take a monumental toll on any individual. In this episode, I outline all the repercussions possible when a child feels like they never succeed and what you can do to keep the worst of the consequences from happening to your child. 

“When you can’t ever meet expectations, you feel like a failure. Our kids with ADHD feel this at least once almost every single day.” — Penny Williams

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