Beth Ann Hill offers accurate information and wise counsel in a readable, empathetic book. A former middle-school teacher and the mother of two girls with ADHD, Hill was humbled to find that neurology kept getting — and keeping — the upper hand. She likens parenting a child who has ADHD to living in a chronic state of crisis, and reassures parents that this is the hardest thing they will ever do. "Here," many readers will think, "is someone who knows my life. Someone who gets it."