Not Up For Debate


What happens when a teenage boy with ADHD takes up cross examination in high school debate? I’ve never seen anything like it. Here’s the next installment of the Clark Chronicles.

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The Unstoppable Force That is Clark


A short post about his life in which Clark does not remove any springs from the lawnmower.

Announcing My Collaboration in {a mom’s view of ADHD}


Announcing my collaboration in “a mom’s view of ADHD.” I’m pretty fired up. Clark wants to know if this means even more people will hear about the lacrosse gloves incident, but I told him I felt certain it would not. So, maybe I lied. Oops.

The other stuff in Clark’s room besides the swimsuit magazine under his mattress.


Oh, the things you find in a 15-year old boy’s room…

Clark-a-palooza!


What do you get when you combine my ADHD son Clark with 750 screaming teenagers, 65 robots and 10 pounds of face paint?

Gaming ADHD


This week on Road to Joy we celebrate the positive impact of a non-gaming yet game-like activity in my ADHD son’s life: becoming the driver of the robot for his high school robotics team. We will take a serious look at the issue today, and we will laugh together on Wednesday, when I post the … Continue reading

Clark-a-palooza: Next Week’s Topic on Road to Joy


Clark and friends at the Regional Robotics Competition, next week.  Yeah, you’re going to want to read this.  Oh yeah. Monday we’ll warm up with links and information on the pros and cons of gaming for ADHD kids and alternatives that have worked for us, then Wednesday will be the big day.  Face-painting.  Capes.  Spiked … Continue reading

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