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Do you people without ADHD and/or family members without ADHD, or no real world experience with it will be able to relate to your book? I find myself very interested in some of the concepts it will be dealing with, even as someone who can't really relate with the ADHD experience.
Our 9 year old son has inattentive ADHD. We are able to get through homework with a rigid incentive program (no screen time until homework is done. Then he gets 30 minutes). However, we sometimes feel like we are incentivizing him too much. How can we help him to develop self-discipline and self-moderation if we have to create so many quid-pro-quo relationships at home?