Bipolar Children: Diagnosis du Jour or Could it be ADHD Instead?

(MIDDLETOWN, CT)- via Press Release – There is always a trendy way to explain a child’s misbehavior.  The popular diagnosis today is bipolar disorder.  Clinical Psychologist Dr. Robert Reynolds of Connecticut Educational Services in Middletown cautions that a quick jump to a bipolar diagnosis may exclude a more likely explanation for a child’s behavior such … Read more…

Do You Have an ADHD Marriage? 7 Signs You Might

(MIDDLETOWN, CT)- July 28, 2010- If your spouse perpetually forgets to pay the bills, loses focus when you’re speaking or neglects household chores, there may be a legitimate explanation: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).  Your other half’s behavior may have previously been considered lazy, inattentive or forgetful.  However, it may be the result of a legitimate … Read more…

Family Matters


You read in the news almost daily, and hear on the radio and television, about children who are involved in violent crimes and dealing and doing drugs. What is it that makes the young ones of today turn to a life of crime, and face the possibility of long terms in jail or even death? One major factor that has been shown to make a difference is being raised in a household where there is caring and love, one where the parental influence is strongly felt. That feeling is most effective when it comes from the heart. Today’s Family First Site looks at a site that can help parents, both prospective and old-timers, learn and refine those parenting skills that make a difference.

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National Attention Deficit Disorder Association

One of the most common problems in school classrooms these days is a disruptive student. It is hard to hold lessons and have students learn when someone is yelling and walking around and disrupting the environment. A common source of this problem is a child who has ADD, or Attention Deficit Disorder.

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National Attention Defecit Disorder

One of the most common problems in school classrooms these days is a disruptive student. It is hard to hold lessons and have students learn when someone is yelling and walking around and disrupting the environment. A common source of this problem is a child who has ADD, or Attention Deficit Disorder. Today’s FamSite is … Read more…