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Even on dark days, there is always hope


Wherever there is light, there is dark. Life makes us walk in the dark days, so we can appreciate the days that are full of joy. When the sun comes out, we always feel happier. You can find yourself just closing your eyes and letting the beautiful sunbeam shine on your face; it truly is magical. And even on the darkest of nights, the stars still twinkle. Sometimes we can just stop and stare into space, looking up into the vastness of the universe. The beautiful stars that twinkle give us hope and many of us make wishes on them. 

Spirituality And The Defiant Child

This week's video blog is all about spirituality and oppositional defiance disorder (ODD). The label 'Oppositional defiance disorder' makes us look at these children in an entirely different way. 
It's a label full of fear. We don't need to be fearful of these children; we just need to love them.

10 Steps To Success With Your ADHD/Anxious Child - FREE Ebook

Hey, Everyone!

Wow, it’s been a while since I sent out a blog, times flies when you're having fun and being a mum to an ADHD child is never dull that's for sure! If you follow me on social media, you'll have seen that things are getting very exciting at the Susy Parker camp! If you’ve missed any of that, I thought I would send you an update to let you know that I'm working on a FREE Ebook for parents.

#Positive ADHD Movement - What's It All About?

I remember the day my daughter, Sarah, was diagnosed with ADHD like it was yesterday. Even though this was three years ago, I still remember all the feelings and emotions running up to that day.  I got up extra early that morning and made a special effort with my clothes. Instead of my usual throw-anything-on look, I put on smart clothes, some makeup, accessories and found a big smile. "If I looked well dressed and presented, maybe the psychologist would think that I was a good mother". Maybe then, I could allow myself to believe I was a good mother. But, nothing could have been further from the truth.

Is It Time For You To Stop Being Friends With Fear?

For most of my adult life, I've been friends with fear. To the outside world, it doesn't look I’m friends with fear. I seem confident, happy, enthusiastic, bright and shiny, but my inner world is often full of fear and self-doubt. I've always been the same. One of the only people who truly see’s my fear is my husband, but I’m not even sure that he fully see’s it - I hide it so well.