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by Ian Wallace

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Every year, one in twenty Australian children is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). ADD can explain why a child is over-active, bored, lazy, constantly demanding, argumentative, unmotivated, disorganised, without friends and experiencing learning difficulties. But does this diagnosis mean that your child is doomed to a lifetime of failure 'NO!' says child psychologist Ian Wallace. In this new book he introduces troubled parents to a variety of practical strategies, designed specifically for ADD, that can help them and their children manage everyday problems. Ian even tackles the difficult problems of low self-esteem, poor social skills, defiance, school issues, aggression and sibling rivalry.

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Introduces troubled parents to a variety of practical strategies, designed specifically for ADD to help them manage everyday problems. Tackles the difficult problems of low self-esteem, poor social skills, defiance, school issues, aggression and sibling rivalry.… (more)

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