Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

If I meet other people and criticize their weaknesses, I rob myself of higher cognitive power. But if I try to enter deeply and lovingly into another person's good qualities, I gather in that force” - Rudolf Steiner

5 MAIN REASONS

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Overloaded

Your child will likely be extra aware and sensitive in both their physical senses and emotions, resulting in sensory overload. They may see and do things with an intensity other people don’t.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Misunderstood

They suffer the frustration of being misunderstood. They’re labelled lazy and ignorant when they’re confused, overwhelmed, and trying to do their best. The daily struggle to ‘fit in’ or ‘get it right’ can become too much.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Anxiety

Being trapped in a mindset so different from others and feeling that there’s no way out. The confusion, blur, and fog, when stuck in this space, is often so great, that it’s difficult to verbalize.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Hopeless

The feeling of being different, yet wanting to belong. It can feel there’s no way out of the isolation.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Scared

Feeling there isn’t a framework to understand the multitude of different symptoms. This is what led me to write the A-List Formula with the 3Rs. Within minutes, parents are able to make sense of the big picture and have a clear path to success.

5 QUICK FIXES

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Look at the big picture; focus on your child’s many strengths as opposed to his/her weaknesses.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Familiarize yourself with the A-List Formula Framework.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Discover how you can help desensitize your child from being overstimulated (eg. Earplugs, loose clothing, etc)

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Take time to be kind. Nurturing relationships end 50% of the struggle.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Laugh!

WHAT DO ANGER AND FRUSTRATION LOOK LIKE?

  • It can be anything from mild frustration to blind rage.
  • Anger isn’t always a bad thing. If there’s injustice, there’s a place for healthy, controlled anger.
  • The problem arises when anger runs through your child’s body uncontrollably, or when your child becomes physically or verbally abusive.
  • Sometimes your child will hold the anger inside where it festers. It can be as damaging held in, as spewed out. It’s important to make anger less consuming, and deal with it when it starts.

HOW TO HELP

  • Our focus here is on solutions other than/or in addition to meds. However, meds have their place and can make a big difference. We aren’t medical professionals. Meet with your medical doctor to discover what’s best for your child.
  • Be aware of their extra emotions and sensitivities. Understand it’s part of who they are.
  • Uncover their gifts and talents.
  • Help them find their unique way of regulating/grounding (it’s ESSENTIAL).
  • Keep a journal of their triggers them. Understand your child, physically and mentally.
  • See things from your child’s point of view, it’ll unlock the mystery.
  • Become familiar with their main symptoms. Have a toolkit to help them. (eg. fidget cube, earplugs, etc.).
  • Include the whole family in learning about ADHD, actively including, and helping the child with ADHD.
  • Advocate for your child at their school using these principles.
  • Teach your child the framework and the confidence to self-advocate.
Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger” - Buddha

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Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

If I meet other people and criticize their weaknesses, I rob myself of higher cognitive power. But if I try to enter deeply and lovingly into another person's good qualities, I gather in that force” - Rudolf Steiner

5 MAIN REASONS

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Overloaded

Your child will likely be extra aware and sensitive in both their physical senses and emotions, resulting in sensory overload. They may see and do things with an intensity other people don’t.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Misunderstood

They suffer the frustration of being misunderstood. They’re labelled lazy and ignorant when they’re confused, overwhelmed, and trying to do their best. The daily struggle to ‘fit in’ or ‘get it right’ can become too much.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Anxiety

Being trapped in a mindset so different from others and feeling that there’s no way out. The confusion, blur, and fog, when stuck in this space, is often so great, that it’s difficult to verbalize.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Hopeless

The feeling of being different, yet wanting to belong. It can feel there’s no way out of the isolation.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Scared

Feeling there isn’t a framework to understand the multitude of different symptoms. This is what led me to write the A-List Formula with the 3Rs. Within minutes, parents are able to make sense of the big picture and have a clear path to success.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU


Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Parents, ADHD Grandparents

Download WHAT EVERY CHILD WISHES YOU KNEW ABOUT ADHD e-Book

A rare perspective and honest account of what it's like to have ADHD told through their own words.

Grab Now

5 QUICK FIXES

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Look at the big picture; focus on your child’s many strengths as opposed to his/her weaknesses.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Familiarize yourself with the A-List Formula Framework.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Discover how you can help desensitize your child from being overstimulated (eg. Earplugs, loose clothing, etc)

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Take time to be kind. Nurturing relationships end 50% of the struggle.

Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

Laugh!

WHAT DO ANGER AND FRUSTRATION LOOK LIKE?

  • It can be anything from mild frustration to blind rage.
  • Anger isn’t always a bad thing. If there’s injustice, there’s a place for healthy, controlled anger.
  • The problem arises when anger runs through your child’s body uncontrollably, or when your child becomes physically or verbally abusive.
  • Sometimes your child will hold the anger inside where it festers. It can be as damaging held in, as spewed out. It’s important to make anger less consuming, and deal with it when it starts.

HOW TO HELP

  • Our focus here is on solutions other than/or in addition to meds. However, meds have their place and can make a big difference. We aren’t medical professionals. Meet with your medical doctor to discover what’s best for your child.
  • Be aware of their extra emotions and sensitivities. Understand it’s part of who they are.
  • Uncover their gifts and talents.
  • Help them find their unique way of regulating/grounding (it’s ESSENTIAL).
  • Keep a journal of their triggers them. Understand your child, physically and mentally.
  • See things from your child’s point of view, it’ll unlock the mystery.
  • Become familiar with their main symptoms. Have a toolkit to help them. (eg. fidget cube, earplugs, etc.).
  • Include the whole family in learning about ADHD, actively including, and helping the child with ADHD.
  • Advocate for your child at their school using these principles.
  • Teach your child the framework and the confidence to self-advocate.
Skye Baloo Carnegie, ADHD, Autism, HSP, ADHD Young Adult, ADHD Teen, ADHD Teenager

You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger” - Buddha

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