i am so upset right now, to put it mildly. i just want a normal moment with my adhd child. just one day, hell and hour, where he remembers to do something that has no beneifit to himself...but that it just is on his chore list. or what about one night where he remembers to set his alarm..even when i have remeinded him five times i still ahve to check and mostly he STILL didnt set the alarm. thus, waking up late. i just want a moment where i know he will do something teh first time he is asked to and not get lost along the way. i want his school to realize that yes he is smart, but there is something running deeper if a fourth grader cant mulitply 2*5...or why is it that he is just barely passing this "test" with like a 69.5 but its not enough to get him help through the school. i mean, really? just one day. one day where i can not worry about hounding him to get his teeth brushed, or for him to actually wash his hair in shower, versus get it wet. i mean, if i keep holding his hadn through out the simpelest of task how is he to ever learn to do it on his own? how does he succeed in college, in ajob, in a relationship, in life? uuuuggfgghhhhh,its so one of those days....
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