The Connection between Abraham Maslow and ADHD Parenting
Memorize this. It is the answer to every ADHD parenting question. Like the Rosetta Stone, that taught linguists and archeologists how to read the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – proposed in his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation” – is our guide to ADHD parenting. He didn’t have this specifically in mind, but I use this chart all the time in my ADHD coaching.
Want to know why your childs isn’t able to focus? Look at Level 1. Want to know why your child’s behavior is challenging? Look at Level 3. It’s all about Abraham Maslow and ADHD for me! Check out my Video below.
Maslow and ADHD Parenting
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