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Updated 18 June 2015

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Self-help support groups can be very beneficial for parents and individuals with ADHD. Experts say that by connecting with others in the same boat leads to openness, problem-sharing, and sharing of advice.

Concerns, fears and irritations can also be released in a compassionate environment where members can safely let off steam and know that they are not alone.

Head on over to our ADHD Centre for more on managing the condition.

 
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