You're in the right place!
Hi! My name is Joyce Mabe and I'm here to help you FINALLY get the results you've been yearning for: a happier, more motivated, productive teen and a happier, calmer, more relaxed you!
As a mom to a son with ADHD myself, I've been in your shoes. It was not all that long ago when I too was at my wits' end because nothing I tried to help my son seemed to work. Like you, my greatest wish and desire as a parent was that my son would grow up to become a happy, productive adult despite his ADHD-related challenges, but there were times during his teen years that I could not imagine him ever reaching that goal. He not only had failing grades and a lack of motivation to do what he needed to do to succeed, but he also was defiant toward anyone (especially me) who offered help, input or support.
Like you, I was really scared he would never become a happy, fully-functioning adult.
And like you, there were a lot of days I felt like a failure as a parent (and if truth be told, I sometimes felt tempted to just give up).
I didn’t give up and I finally found some effective tools and strategies that worked! And, my son is now a happy, motivated, successful adult and we have a great relationship!
You can get these kind of results too...and you no longer have to figure out how all on your own! You now have a Parent Coach (who has also "been there, done that" as a parent herself) in your corner to share with you what works (and what doesn't) and to help you every step of the way as you put new tools and strategies in place!
For your teen with ADHD to become more motivated to do what needs to be done in order to succeed at home, school and in life;
To feel more calm and be able to end all the nagging, pleading and yelling or micromanaging/helicopter-ing—all while feeling good about the fact that you are helping your teen learn some very important lessons and preparing them for responsible adulthood;
To improve your relationship with your teen and have them view you as a valuable, supportive ally (and for them to be much more open to receiving your input, help and support); and,
To have personalized help available to you when you hit the inevitable 'bumps in the road'...