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You can learn from our experts on our Own Proud Community, which is free to all of our app buyers. This week we welcome, Cynthia Steele-Pucci, a certified counselor who helps kids with ADHD and autism.

She offers tips for parents this week on how to handle angry outbursts from their teens with ADHD. We've all been there when your teen is out with friends, you can't reach them and you start to worry. By the time they walk through the door, you are already fuming, your teen is tired and annoyed by your reaction. They see themselves as adults who don't need to be accountable for every minute. The scene is set for a shouting match. But that just escalates into yelling, slamming doors and hurt feelings. So what can you do? Join Own Proud to learn more.

When you purchase one of our ADHD Skills Booster apps in the iTunes App Store (under educational apps- Tween or Teen versions), you will find the Own Proud button on the right hand side of the app home page. Click this button to review your access code any time you need help recalling the code. Own Proud is there is support you and your family for as long as you need help. We don't just sell you an app and walk away. We are there with you hand-in-hand. We know what you're going through. Like you, we are also ADHD parents. You can get help so you can Own Proud.

 

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