Single parents dating kids with disabilities
I have been approached quite a bit lately in regards to the challenges of being single while raising autistic children. Having a home life that is different from the perceived norm does not exclude you from that basic human instinct.
If the teen has an attention deficit, plus parents who are divorcing, it is an even more stressful time in his life.
Researchers tell us that divorce is harder on youngsters with attention deficits than it is on their peers.
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Hopefully Single Life and the Autism Household will shed some light on the subject., Chris Zeigler Dendy discusses the challenges teens with AD/HD — and their parents — face.Her insights are based on her personal experiences and those of the many parents, teens, and experts whom she has interviewed. Dendy describes the unique issues faced by single parents raising teens with AD/HD.Divorce is a fact of life in the world today and may have a negative impact on many teenagers with attention deficits.The exploding divorce rate (approximately 50 percent) has resulted in roughly 40-50 percent of all teenagers living with a single parent, typically their mother.Adolescence alone is a difficult adjustment period for many young people.