Move from feeling burdened to blessed with this guide to raising and teaching children with ADD, ADHD, or dyslexia. Through Scripture and Angelotti's personal experiences, you'll learn why your children are wired differently; the steps needed to educate and prepare them for a successful future; advice in dealing with your own denial, confusion, and fear; and an honest look at its toll on your marriage. Paperback.
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Customer Reviews for Of Different Minds: Seeing Your ADHD Child Through the Eyes of God
Review 1 for Of Different Minds: Seeing Your ADHD Child Through the Eyes of God
Must read for parents
Date:March 5, 2012
Wow! I wish I had read this book four years ago. Maren Angelotti does a phenomenal job of enlightening the parents of children with ADD/ADHD and other learning differences. The subtitle is a little misleading. I picked up the book because my son has ADD-combined type and I have been struggling to have patience and understanding. Surprisingly, this book covers children with all types of LD. I gained so much from reading this book and the information set our family on a wonderful course. Maren provides resources that we utilized immediately upon finishing the book. We now have so much more information in order to set our son up for a happy and successful life. Our son will not fall through the cracks! I recommend this book for any parent with a child that struggles in school. You will gain a whole new understanding of the amazing and gifted child that God gave you.
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Review 2 for Of Different Minds: Seeing Your ADHD Child Through the Eyes of God
Date:November 8, 2009
Great book, just like the other reviewer wrote that its a book that doesnt talk over your head. Now looking into certain programs for my son and see if the school is aware of certain programs...
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Review 3 for Of Different Minds: Seeing Your ADHD Child Through the Eyes of God
Date:February 2, 2009
This book was amazing. I have quite a library going of books on ADHD, hoping to soak up as much understanding and helpful insight as possible. For me, this book was written on a level that didn't ever "go over my head" with scientific lingo and also included a lot of information that gives a clear understanding of what our children NEED from us as parents to better understand and help them. And, to remind us God doesn't make mistakes and we are to embrace our children's differences!